There are so many women with tattoos on the dating sites that I'm thinking that tattoo artists see more naked women than anyone else.
I figure it's as close as I'll get to doing LSD and hanging out with Matthew McConaughey .
There’s a fine line between a guy showing genuine interest in me, and a guy coming on too strong. One of the fastest ways to make me run is to pressure me by calling constantly, asking too personal of questions, going over the top with flowers or other types of gifts, or talking about love within the first few dates. I’m not speaking for every woman, just me. I like to know that I’m appreciated and desired, but I also like a guy who can play it a bit cool too. Give me my space and give me the time I need to decide if it’s working for me or not. If you don’t, I won’t stick around long enough to even consider the possibility. Oh, and one more thing, don’t assume that just because we’ve had sex, I belong to you!
I moved to Canada from the US 8 years ago. I do not understand your obsession with debt. Debt is treated here like it's some sort of moral failing and a sin.....if you are in debt you are a bad person and must be shunned.
Where I am from, debt is just a fact of life. We all have it and it's not a source of judgement or shame. Not a cause of rejection.
Why is debt such a big and shameful thing here? I am legit confused.
I'm addicted to carrots.
I was at the McDonald's near the Hyatt downtown, waiting with the crowd for my drink order. It was a Thursday and I noticed there were a lot of people with name badges, so I figured there was a convention going on at the hotel. Beside me, I noticed an attractive man, also waiting for his order. He didn't have a name badge, but he was wearing a golf shirt and dress pants and had a laptop bag over one shoulder, so I assumed he was one of the convention-goers. I noticed him and he noticed me, but that was about it.
The next day, I happened to require another McDonald's coffee, so I was at the same McDonald's at about the same time I had been there the day before. As I was standing, waiting for my coffee, I was checking a couple of things on my phone. And then I looked up and over to the cashier for some reason and there was Convention Guy again, staring at me. He was wearing a different colored golf shirt this time so I still contend he was at a convention or meeting of some sort. Anyway, we made eye contact for a meaningful second before he got called to the cashier. Just when he got called, my coffee came up and I was off to work.
My new word? I totally Vancouvered that encounter. Sigh.
For buying intimate and embarassing products without shame or judgment .
I'm enjoying driving again after years of not being able to afford it. Here's to car sharing! I especially like the Toyota Prius C, the engine sounds like a Jetson's flying car taking off. Zoom!
Has anyone else got a family doctor who refuses to prescribe any form of marijuana by saying that it lacks sufficient data or research to qualify as any kind of drug they feel safe to offer? My question is, how do they account for the numerous side effects and early deaths, mishaps and damage caused by today's legally prescribed, well documented drugs that they do continue to offer to patients and often to their detriment. If you are prescribed something that causes side effects there is no way to really turn back the clock, and doctors are well aware that people have turned to marijuana and cannabis products for decades in recent times and they could actually do research on that. Thinking about all the medical scandals that take place on a routine basis, not to mention the scandals in politics, religion and government in general it seems so petty to deny average hardworking people access to medical marijuana for their ailments and to deny the harm that many common drugs do far beyond anything that has ever happened with cannabis etc. Go figure.
Is a fish pond of confusion. I'm out!