“You’ve been published by The Atlantic? That’s cool. My name is frequently used as a tag on Tumblr. We have all the makings of a modern power couple.”
“Do you come here often? I do. I’m the Foursquare mayor, actually, which means I come here more than anyone else. That reminds me, I need to check-in. Can I have your Twitter handle? You’re so attractive, I want to Shout it from multiple applications. Simultaneously.”"
When you admitted that you only date people within your own culture because it’s too difficult to date someone outside of it. I think that just means you’re too lazy to try.
Whoa. Talk about loaded.
He lost his glasses and two thousand dollars that night and slept in the bus station. I had to drive five hours to retrieve him—with a stop-over at the emergency room for fluids. We were together another four years.
Evelyn Everlady is the pen name of a young woman residing in New York who, for obvious reasons, wishes to retain her anonymity. She is quite aware that dating this person doesn’t exactly reflect well on her either."
For those of you feeling the impact of seasonal ring tizzies full-force, relax. There is always the Internet. I would totally take the Internet over two weeks of sex, no question. So take that, Facebook ads targeted at users listed as “In a relationship!” I don’t care to buy your Limited Edition Insignia design unless it provides me with limitless Wi-Fi.