If you’ve ever used apps like Tinder, Bumble or Happn, then you won’t be surprised when I tell you that the most common opening line from guys is a simple ‘Hey’. After 50 or so of these messages, it gets a bit monotonous. After my last post, you’ll know I was left a little stung after an encounter with a man that thought he was the centre of the universe. So, a bottle of wine deep and 3 dating apps re-downloaded, we’re ready for a not-so-scientific experiment. If men can hit girls up with the same ‘Hey’ every time, I … Continue reading I used the same line with men on dating apps…here’s what they said.
I should probably premise this by saying that I don’t believe in marriage…not in the sense that I don’t believe it exists, more that I just don’t think it’s the right choice for me. Could you imagine? Having to have sex with the same person? For the rest of your life?! No thank you. [It’s also because I don’t think any man would be crazy enough to sign up to having to deal with me for the rest of their life….but the first part makes me feel better about myself, so we’ll go with that] Now we’ve got that bit … Continue reading David & Zoe
I’ve wanted to do a guest post on this blog since it started. When Lauren began posting, she mentioned that I have lots of brilliant stories I could submit to entertain you all with. However instead of giving you hilarious/embarrassing … Continue reading Second to Last (Guest Blog)
Disclaimer, number 1 – this is from a hetero, cis-woman perspective. Disclaimer, number 2 – this is best read while eating a Big Mac. Like most literature. (Except maybe a Joe Wicks – The Body Coach book) Sure, I would love to meet Prince Charming in a stylish coffee shop because he saw that I was reading into the effects of member diversity in top management team on organisational performance, and he thought ‘wow this stunningly beautiful woman must also be really smart and I need to hear her thoughts and opinions for the rest of my life’… but let’s … Continue reading Tinder Gold or a Big Mac? The real philosophical question. (Guest Blog)
Tinder has provided me with lots of different dating experiences, some good, most bad. People often say to me that they don’t understand how I can go out on dates as they would feel so awkward; I look at it like this: If we get along, amazing! If we don’t get along, then at least I probably have a good story to tell. Here is one of those stories…and to tell you the truth it’s the worst thing I’ve ever done. I feel mean just re-imagining what happened. I met Matt earlier this year, he seemed funny and polite, something … Continue reading Matt.