So you’ve hit a nice little relationship groove. You’re comfortable. You’re content. You’re able to serve up a hefty air biscuit without complete mortification. That’s great! I’m happy for you. But please, I beg of you, don’t let the increased comfort levels lead to spending every night at home with your loved one; picking your toenails and watching Stranger Things (sometimes it’s okay though because that show is the bomb DOT com).
Me, Myself and I… wish-so-bad-that-I-had-a-boyfriend-right-now-I-wonder-if-that-creep-who-just-called-out-‘Nice-tits’-on-the-tram-wants-to-come-over-and-watch-a-romcom-at-my-place.
In our society, it often feels like the words ‘alone’ and ‘lonely’ are interchangeable. As if choosing to engage in activities alone means you must be some kind of undesirable and not simply making the decision on your own accord. I read a super interesting article about such topics right here, please feel free to have a gawk.
So… what happens to us when we’re unattached?
1. Guys giving you the middle finger – Dude, unless you’re 13 and are giving the ol’ sneaky rude finger to your teacher when their back’s turned, flippin’ the bird doesn’t make you a bad ass. This is not going to pull the babes.