I am looking for someone who is sweet, centered, good-natured, fun, smart, interesting. You usually start asking questions like, “Wait, wait, wait, what kind of smart?
Cheap dates, no sexual chemistry, and ghosting can all give women a sense of hopelessness — or at least make for an amusing story to share with friends.
As a talented ice-skating and hockey coach living on Long Island, Kim Interdonato knows the importance of getting up every time you fall down, and most importantly — what to do when the shoe doesn’t fit.
Whatever English teacher told you adjectives were the words you use to describe something were terrible people and liars. I know, you’re thinking I should have put “crazy” in my list of adjectives. What is this sacrilege against the English language’s use of adjectives of which I speak?
However, that place is not in your online dating profile. Saying you’re “smart” doesn’t mean anyone knows what that reflection in your personality looks like. Or kind like you don’t say four-letter curse words?
“Writing this book felt like an intervention.” Dating sometimes made Interdonato feel like a detective: “It’s a mystery of sorts to decipher who is genuine and who is handing you a plate full of bull dung.” The chapter about online dating inspired the most laughs, as Interdonato describes one man who brought dirty laundry to her house on the first date.