It’s a tale as old as Tinder: two people match, these people decide to meet up.
One thing leads to another, they fall into bed, lives get busy and they decided to go on as f*ck buddies. Sometimes you will meet someone new, who comes out of nowhere to grab you by the feelings and reel you in.
LAYTON, UT—Certain it was all that was holding her back from finding the man of her dreams, area mom Janet Kessler told reporters Thursday that she was convinced her 30-year-old daughter Meredith would be married by now if she just brushed her hair more.
ELMHURST, IL—Barely able to contain his enthusiasm for whatever they would be talking about later on, area man Marc Kahan was reportedly excited to hear that his girlfriend has been doing a lot of thinking, saying Thursday that she must have come up with a really great idea.
If you have a little bit more heart than those who ghost, perhaps think of giving them a call or even just a message.
If you have found someone else or things are just fizzling out, let them know gently.
It means you meet up on late nights when you both feel lonely and spend a few hours, doing..
No way, you can’t spend holidays together that would make you two ‘a thing’.
know that it’s harder to get a date than to get laid these days. Who knows, but the only thing that comes to mind is adaptation, social survival, and well…it can be fun. We’re protecting our own feelings by putting up the same fronts that are basically shoved in our faces.
Somehow we’ve replaced girl/boyfriends with fuck buddies. Nowadays people have side chicks and boy toys—yes plural. As we browse through these articles, we nod our heads in agreement but let’s be honest: we are all guilty of “going with the flow.” Nobody wants to be a party pooper.
WILLOUGHBY, OH—Allowing no window whatsoever for additional conversation to take place, the father of local man Luke Asbury reportedly handed off the phone to Luke’s mother on Sunday immediately after his son wished him a happy Father’s Day.
MONTGOMERY, WV—Acknowledging that he has become a real burden on their foraging and nesting activities, a local raccoon family told reporters Tuesday that they are starting to get tired of taking care of their rabid father.