Sunday Bad Date Funnies – Snappy Dresser!

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Saturday’s Memoirs: Adventures in Bad Online Dates — Angry Guy

By Kimberly Wharton

So I’m on this online dating site where the only pre-requisite for ‘matching’ is based on whether or not you have a car. This guy popped in, who was somewhat attractive, although it was hard to tell since his only profile picture was blurry. He was an electrical engineer, which I respect, so thought I’d give him my attention. The conversation was a bit jagged, but I do tend to be more attracted to overly smart men with poor people skills, so this was perfect!

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Friday’s Fashion Dating Do or Don’t? — Turtlenecks…

By Juliette McGough

Why is a turtleneck one of the worst articles of clothing you could own? Because you literally look like a turtle when you wear one. Whoever decided to add a tube of extra fabric to the neck of a shirt should be exiled from society and sent back into the wilderness of Nebraska or South Dakota, where a turtleneck is an accepted article of clothing for activities such as turkey hunting.

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Thursday’s Thoughts From a Bartender: He’s Asking Me Out – But Invading My Personal Space

By Jack Elliot

It’s your safe little bubble against the outside world. It’s your haven from strangers around you. It’s your zone. It’s your sanctuary. It’s personal space. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When…. Being Alone

How It Feels When….
I am Completely OK Being Alone

By Dani Katz

If we channeled all the energy that we, as a species, put into seeking love outside ourselves – be it trolling for snacks at the farmer’s market, hunting big game on personal site X, or dolling up to pose boozy and available at bass-boomin’ disco Y – we could easily sustain the planet’s every energetic function, and have enough power left over to share with a neighboring star system. Click here to read more…

Tuesday’s Topic: What Happened to Wooing?

By Kari DePhillips

What happened to wooing? Two words: “Jersey Shore.” On a recent episode, the Situation was all a flutter (as “a flutter” as he can be) over a girl he just met in a Miami nightclub. As a way of sharing personal information the girl said, “I’m from Canada.” To which the Situation replied by lifting up his shirt so she could see his abs. No need to tell her anything else. Is this the new way to woo? If so, there’s going to be a lot of guys in serious trouble. Click here to read more…

Date Song Pick of the Week: Toots & The Maytals – Love Ain’t Going to Let Me Down

Toots & The Maytals – Love Ain’t Going to Let Me Down (Bluesfest 2009 Ottawa)

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Sunday Bad Date Funnies – Internet Dating

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Saturday’s Memoirs: Adventures in Bad Online Dates — Ukulele Guy

By Kimberly Wharton

So I signed up for an online dating service, since all my friends back home said I had to try it. They assured me it was mostly nice guys who simply haven’t had the time to meet women. I later learned this means some of them may not have actually SEEN a woman, unless they were online or in anime. ….I also learned that my friends down south no nothing about men in Los Angeles.

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Friday’s Fashion Dating Do or Don’t? — Hawaiian Shirts…

By Juliette McGough

Listen up men. Hawaiian shirts have never been cool. And if you are trying to impress a woman on a date do not, I repeat, do not wear one. Not only will a Hawaiian shirt age a man ten years (and place him into friend territory) but it also disqualifies him from any decent restaurants in the area. If he plans on taking his date to a less than average establishment, then he and his Hawaiian shirt will fit in just fine with the crowd at Burger King.

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Jennifer Kelton CEO / founder LLC is a Los Angeles native and a pioneer in the worldwide dating industry, investigating the game of love while providing encouragement and support since 2007, starting with the acclaimed dating book Don’t Use My Sweater like a Towel. An accomplished CEO, visionary and entrepreneur, Kelton’s work in the […]

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