Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Back to my single self...

When I got home yesterday my dad was telling me about two women he was sitting near yesterday at a meeting. One handed the other a note and said, "These are the kind of noted my mother leaves in my purse." The other woman reads it and them both laugh. Somehow the note gets passed to my dad, he brings it home and shows it to me. It read:

Jeannie,
The dry cleaners is a great place to meet men. You know that they make money and have good hygiene.
Love,
Mom

I laughed, that is pretty funny. Granted, I am sure it would get really old really quick. But hey, at least you know she cares!
So, here is my challenge to you... Where are the best places to meet single men and why? Tell me. I want to know, I need to know. I have been told to stay away from men I meet in bars (I am beginning to see why) and not to date at work (broke that one when I met my ex... should have listened). If I can't meet them there... Where do I meet them? I can't wait for the feedback! This will be fun!

Side note... Finally made it back to the gym yesterday after almost a month (was going to lie and say a few weeks, but what is the point?) and Mr. Gym was there in all of his sweat and hotness... yum! Motivation in its best form!
Another side note... The mail man today was really good looking, too. It is a shame that we don't have the same one every day, damn!

3 comments:

Bastet said...

Ok, I have been out of this game for a while, so I may be a little rusty...hmmmm.

How about a coffee shop? or the book store? Or do like me, get your mom to pick him out! LOL

See I am way too out of touch for dating these days! LOL

Yaede Family Texas said...

I actually met my husband in a bar.(oh the shame!) But I wouldn't give him the time of day at first. It took a good month of him flirting with me until I gave in. But come to find out we had a lot of the same friends but never actually met each other before. So I guess it sometimes would be helpful to see what male friends your friends know that you have never met. Sometimes love is in the last place you would think to look.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm let see.. I will have to say maybe barnes and noble.. Why not!! i see single men all the time. Granted i really don't know if they are single or just alone but hey its worth a shot.