I am an average looking guy but I work out a lot so I am in really good shape. I have a regular office job as well. I don't quite understand why so many guys are saying its so hard to meet women. I walk down the street and a few women smile at me. Last night I was out and this drunk woman was screaming at me and wanted my name and number. On dating sites I can get 1 or 2 dates a week. I think guys just need to get in shape and put themselves out there to get women. Just hanging out at home using Tinder isn't going to do it.
I am tired of guys saying that women in Vancouver are awful.
I spent my 20's sleeping with Bartenders, Musicians, Firemen etc. I just hit 30 and I have now made an important decision. I am saving myself until marriage starting now.
Yes, yes, I see you seeing me and I am not interested or I'd walk over to you and say hello.
Could you please stop stepping directly in front of me so I walk into you?
10% of women think giving a guy a body check so they notice them is sexy.
I live in an apartment building and the girl next door showers for an hour everyday from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm. I start work at 6 am so I am in bed by 9:00 pm. My Landlord owns the entire building and said he can't do anything because she finishes her shower before 11:00 pm and the lease says she can't make noises after 11:00 pm. I contacted the Residential Tenancy Branch and they said she wasn't doing anything wrong. She is so disrespectful as well. She works from home and can shower at anytime but its always this time. She flushes the toilet at 2 am or 3 am sometimes as well and it wakes me up.
I can't take it anymore
But at the time I was a married guy and even though my former wife was a secret psychotic sex addict and coke head, I would never cheat on anyone I'm in a relationship with. I have ethics and a heart and a soul and I am respectful.
I liked you as a person but honestly, even if I was single I gravitate towards a totally different vibe.
I like tiny fuckmonkies.
Why do I torture myself? It's summer, and I know very well that people boarding the bus are more likely to be smelly after sweating or not washing or not deodorizing, but I take the bus anyways. I should just bike it from UBC to Burnaby, or get a better job so I can afford a car.
I wish people could read the room and follow my lead. Instead, they push, tirelessly and relentlessly: asking for photos of my family life, asking for my social channel handles, asking for me to check something at my home for them, asking where my parents were from. These are virtual strangers or coworkers who I maintain strict boundaries with. I don’t ask anything about them. I am only here to pay the bills, do my workout at the gym, etc. Here for my reason only. Not here for you in any way:shape/form. They look and ask about the brand of food on my desk. I never even go to their desk and don’t care about any of their food/consumption pattern etc. I have zero interest in you and you pushing will not ever make me interested in you. Leave the hermit crabs alone, even if they’re forced to work at the same office address as you. I asked one of them, after they waited to leave the office at the same time as me, Why are you so interested in me? They finally got the hint. It’s weird how when you are not interested in people, how it brings out this crazed desperation in them.
I confess that these stupid self checkout machines at stores are a waste of time. People get sucked into thinking they're saving time but they aren't. They're actually keeping people out of work by using them. The stores are making massive profits off our backs including the additional fact we have to bag our own goods. I was at a store today and this poor woman was having difficulty with a machine and the lone cashier had to go over and help her twice with it while the line behind me grew longer. The woman complained out loud about the machine not working and it always seems to happen so I asked her why is she using it? She's putting people out of work by not going to the cashier who is alone because the store under staffs and forces people to go to the machines. I see the self checkouts take far more time than a cashier. Of course every idiot in line behind me ends up going to the self checkout while the lone cashier fends for themself. Garbage. Stand your ground people and boycott this crap by using a real cashier!! And some of you may wonder where the jobs are going.
I have a really hard time trusting people now. I used to be so open and trusting that people were intrinsically good with good intentions, but that belief was smashed a few too many times. I recently tried hard to trust a person who had badly let me down in the past because of some things they said that made me think maybe they’d changed and there was hope. But I wasn’t ready to completely trust again because I was waiting for them to prove that they were being honest before I let my guard down completely. I’m so glad that I listened to my gut instinct this time before I got too comfortable with it, because they showed that they couldn’t be trusted just as I was afraid they would. I’m sad about this potential relationship being lost, but I’m equally sad about the complete loss of my ability to trust anyone. I don’t think I’ll ever get it back and that feels very lonely.
On the seawall today, nobody around and I start to hear this magical sound.
Came around the corner and off in the distance there's this guy passionately playing a piano and singing like he didn't give a shit about what anyone thought of him.
He was squirming around, missing notes, hollering while his voice was cracking.
It sounded good.
It was nice to see someone unself-conscious, it's been a long time since I've seen that.
It made me loosen up just the right amount.