One of my close friends thought it’d be fun to try online dating, so I thought . . . why not? She’s honestly the sort that was TOTALLY against online dating and she hardly ever tries anything new. For her to actually make an account and start trying out an app to find someone made me realize . . . that I should give this a shot too. At the end of the day, the two of us, including Selene, were totally . . . over this online dating. No more. Continue reading “Online Dating Discoveries”
So, I didn’t login here intending to make a post, but on the spur of the moment while replying to a comment from cdukulele I thought “well, this is new and somewhat relevant, why not?” So here you have it. I’ve decided to pick up on our segment where we talk about other happy couples’ relationships… by going in the complete opposite direction and talking about how messed up my close friends’ relationship is. See what a great friend I am? Continue reading “Where the grass is gr–maybe not.”
So, I have a question to ask about this whole kinda-friends but I-dont-really-want-to-be-friends state between guys and girls.
Or maybe I just need a place to complain. Yet again. Which is actually the most likely reason I’m writing this posts.
Or I’m procrastinating cause I just finished my graph theory homework from hell and I think I deserve a little reward.
But really, how do you tell if a guy is interested in you romantically or if he just want to be really good friends with you. I need this information to evaluate my non-existent relationships.
I’m not sad that Serious Guy got a girlfriend. I’m disappointed that he didn’t tell me that he got one. Rich Guy was the one that told me over a group call.
I don’t know if that’s as documented of a thing as Stockholm Syndrome, but if there is… I think we would be a highly susceptible group =P
We’ve had our conversations about love and romances and reasons why we’d be single for at least the near future. It all seems pretty logically and empirically-based in fact, but is there an irrational side that we’re missing in our equations? Can love stem from the sheer fact that we’re available and looking? @bittersweetselene, @cynicalartemis and I seem to believe it’s impossible due to the sheer lack of men as potential date prospects around us. It makes me wonder… Will there be some unannounced presence either from the past or in the near future who will storm his way into our lives and throw all our equations out the window? Continue reading “Love out of Desperation?”
As per my record, I’m gonna start another segment on this blog that is probably only gonna have one post… like ever. I mentioned in several previous posts that @bittersweetselene, @cynicalartemis and I have a group chat. Recently, we’ve added @unjustnyx into that chat as well.
During the week, as we are procrastinating on doing stuff that really matter — we chat with each other about random philosophical musings about how single we are. As the lazy people we are, we decide that if we don’t have real blog posts to write, let’s just share what we talk about… on a daily basis. So… without further ado, the topic for the interesting conversation of the week: “What exactly is Like/Love? At what point do you look at someone and go, I like them?” D*mn I really should be writing my report for my assignment plus the plethora of other school things that I have to do but this is more interesting anyways.
I did a quick search and our first post on this blog was on December 30th, 2013 with a post from yours truly called This is our life.
bittersweetselene: Wow. So much unfulfilled hope.