Do you want a report?
Lviv’s still looking for her person.
Her: This 47 year-old hit on me the other day. People that are 47 look super old.
Me: Wait, I’m 47.
Her: (scoffing) You don’t look THAT old.
ML also dropped me a line. Some guy was super upset he got rejected by her so he wrote her this nasty, nasty email. I find that disappointing.
Me: There are lots of damaged people in the world. Don’t let their damage damage you.
Her: Thank you for that.
Dating’s rough in general and doesn’t get any easier as you get older. On that note, I also got a ring from the ABFF yesterday.
ABFF: One guy wrote me and asked me how my weekend was. I was like, “Do you want a report?!”
Me: Maybe he was just trying to be nice?
Her: Look, Logan, I’m just trying to keep rapists and murderers away from my kids…
Me: Jeez! That should be a general life goal, irrespective of kids.
Her: …and I agree with you 100% on “LOLs.” Like, what are you, a balloon? It’s hard meeting someone normal in their 40s.
Me: Wait, there’re normal guys in their 40s. I’m in my 40s.
Her: Nope. I’m not doing this backhanded compliment thing with you where you get to brag that you look great for your age.
Me: Well, that’s disappointing.
I think the pandemic’s getting on the nerves of single people. A buddy of mine’s getting tired of being cooped up so he’s been hitting on randos he meets on the streets. It reminded me of a conversation I had once.
OK, many times.
Her: Sorry, I have a boyfriend.
Me: Well, good thing I’m gay then.
Interestingly, Lviv, Mouse, and the ABFF are all at career – and personal – crossroads.
After Mouse drove me back to my pad from the Scenic Fights shoot, I invited her to come in to eat and watch a flick.
Mouse: No. I have a headache. Man, that’s the first time I’ve ever used that excuse before.
Me: I literally just asked if you wanted to eat and watch a flick.
Her: Sorry, still trying to get a handle on all my heath things. OK, I’ll come in. We can spin the wheel of misfortune! See where we end up.
Me: Always good to be positive.
We ended up watching a completely innocuous rom-com called Love, Guaranteed. I’m always a sucker for a
good passable rom-com.
While very trite, I did like that that they made this guy who was an avowed womanizer a good person. The women he met, he didn’t end up with but they all thought he was generally a good and decent guy.
In that respect, I thought it was rather unique. Also, they had a the main female character drive a Karmann Ghia.
Me: I used to want one so bad. But they don’t run fast.
Mouse: Perfect, neither do you.
Me: So glad you decided to come in, Mouse…
Location: this morning, getting pressured in LIC
Music: save all your dirtiest jokes for me (Spotify)
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