So I’m about to pop my cherry friends… my online dating cherry that is! I have no idea what to expect. Honestly, I’ve never been on a blindish type date… ever. The only dates I’ve gone on have been with guys who were already my friend or coworker or guys I’ve met in a bar and spent all night talking to. So basically, I’ve never headed into a date not knowing if there would be any type of connection. But I also don’t really have too many expectations for this adventure except to meet some new people and learn more about what I do and do NOT want in a boyfriend. But really, I’m getting ahead of myself because I won’t really be getting into this until after my cruise (which I leave for in 9 days) woot woot. Ha yea, I really just woot wooted, forgive me.
So I know some of you guys have done the online dating thing and I want stories/tips/advice/anything! What have you learned? Funny stories? Bigtime fails? Success stories?
**Like I said I won’t be really getting into the online dating thing until after my vaca so this got me thinking that maybeee some of you fantastic readers would like to share YOUR online dating experiences with me before I go… in the form of a guest post? Do ya, do ya? If you do, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment. Or if you want to do a guest post but not about online dating thats cool too! Don’t be shy!! xo**
In other news, I am SICK – ugh. Tonsils- swollen, red.. gross. I’ll spare you all the details but it sucks. I hate the doctor but there was no escaping a trip this time – I knew I needed some drugs. So I left work a little early and headed to the dreaded doc.
As the doctor prepared to write me a prescription she asked, “Do you have any preferences of medicine?”
Sheepishly, “Um, actually, can I have liquid? I can’t really swallow pills…”
“Oh! Um, sure..” starts doing math on her paper, carry the one, multiply two, divide by four… what the hell is she doing over there?
“Sorry, I just have to figure out what the dosage would be and how many bottles it will take..” Clearly, it’s not every day a 23 year old girl insists on taking liquid antibiotics.
So, I leave with my prescription and head to CVS. I’m paying for the drugs cherry flavored antibiotics when the pharmacist pulls out two choices for taking the medicine.
“Okay so, we have this:
which is really probably the best but then there is also this:
so, how old is the child who is taking this medicine?”
“Oh, um.. ha… well, it’s actually… for me…”
“But I”ll take the spoon, thanks.”
Only me. 🙂