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Monday, June 04, 2007

Let's cross two names off the list, shall we?

I spoke with Hot Doc this weekend, and I can safely say we're not a good match. Call it City Girl versus Country Boy, but I'm realizing I might just not be right for a guy who loves him some suburbs and hates the city.

Impressed, too, left me...well...less than, myself. Our phone conversation wasn't bad, but I was already so blase about him to begin with, that it would have had to be truly inspiring to get me interested. So I'm not.

An addition would be Mr. Meh--he emailed me weeks ago, and I'm not sure why I didn't respond. Maybe I had too many guys on my plate then. He's not bad looking (although his face and nose are on the long side), he seems successful, playful enough. Let's see!

Ah, I should go email The Blond, shouldn't I? Eh, why the hell not.

Update: As I was leaving The Blond's side Saturday night, he was the one to call out, "But wait! You didn't take my card!" I emailed him. Hours ago. And so far no response? But I'm the best thing that ever happened to him! (Yes, I'm being sarcastic.) Still, I don't really care if he emails back or not. But when a guy who's into you in Real Life doesn't write back, you are going through a dating slump indeed :)

--Cute Jewess.

3 comments:

Jody said...

Mr. Meh--now that's a good name! ;-)

Eve said...

Email the blonde. Never hurts to look outside the norm.

Anonymous said...

Hey, this is interesting because it heralds a change in your attitude!

In the past, you didn't cross guys off the list after talking to them. If they wanted to meet, you went ahead and met, or got antsy waiting for them to suggest a meeting.

Now, a few months into this e-dating thing, you are proactively deciding to cross them off. You are much more blase and realistic about the process, which I think is a good thing. It's easy to get burned out by endless unproductive dates crammed into a short time.