Friday, February 12, 2010

A Good Man is Hard to Find?

Who says a good man is hard to find? I propose that it is simply where you're looking...and what you're looking for...

Dear Farrah, 

Your readers might remember me as Molly. June of 2009, my grandmother decided to try and help me find a man who was the "right age."...Don Osmond Jr. Ha.. 

Well, I'd like to go ahead and share with you a story of how I've turned into that girl. This last week, I went to lunch with a group of consultants for my work. One of the consultants seemed to pay particular attention to me - I was definitely feeling vibes. It was a nice little ego boost. So nice in fact, that I thought to myself, "I remember what it's like to be flirted with, and (boy-that-i've-had-a-crush-on-for-3-months) does not flirt with me, I'm done with that crush." 

Maybe I Facebook stalked said consultant last night and maybe he has a boyfriend.That's right. I have no idea what vibes even are. Apparently ATTENTION = VIBES in my book???

Therefore, I would like to withdraw my candidacy for being single, a woman, or being allowed in the dating scene.

Maybe Grandma was onto something, 

Molly

3 comments:

Louis Gray said...

Men who like men are often very courteous and friendly, often because they lack "tension".

Men who like women often like themselves more than they like other women.

It's hard to solve.

The solution is to clone a few choice men and eliminate the dreck.

f*bomb. said...

We wish we could clone YOU, Louis Gray; All-Seeing, All-Knowing.

"Men who like women often like themselves more than they like other women." ...hahhaa....

Amy said...

Louis Gray - your comment is very similar to a question my sister asked me the other day,

"Is he over his crush on himself?"