Single vs dating comic 30 something dating 20 something
I've had different adventures, things I wouldn't have had if I'd have gone to Canada. Good love for another person is no better or no worse that good love for yourself.
As we power through this cold and dreary month of February, we are finally past that annoying holiday dedicated to love (I’m not even going to name it, but you know exactly what I’m talking about), and are heading towards the warm embrace of spring.
The wildest thing I do on a Friday night now is go for a root around the reduced aisle at my local supermarket just before closing time. Sex at the start of a relationship is like easter eggs in February. And a cheeky little fanny fart afterwards is funny, not mortifying.
That they don't smell like daisies after their run, and need a shower, preferably five minutes ago.
For a lot of us that means we're tanned, plucked, waxed, shaved, filed, coiffed, made-up and tanned to within an inch of our lives. He didn't see me without them for a whopping two months, even though we saw each other everyday. And kicking him in the balls would have been too, come to think of it.
And suddenly it's 3am and you're 156 profile pictures deep on their sister's boyfriend's mum's account. Never has there been a terror more real than the prospect of accidentally hitting the like button at this moment.
What's so great about the early stages of dating are all the possibilities. Dating when you're in a relationship might not be as thrilling but it is sure as hell far easier. And for the LOVE OF GOD don't go snooping in their emails.
Sure, they might be a psychopath, but they might also be absolutely pant-wettingly funny. They might already own a Siberian kitten, saving you a few hundred pounds and a month of litter training. You've got your own, independent life to go back to. Why pay for the cinema when you can watch that new movie at home? In a sea of other friends, both male and female, who do not enjoy it, she's in the minority. I know of sturdy relationships that have broken down completely thanks to inbox snooping.
She reckons it's far wilder and more spontaneous because there's no thinking about what they might think of her the next day.