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About four years ago, my marriage of 20 years broke up. At first my friends thought I was jumping back into the dating scene too soon. I begged to differ. My husband had made me feel worthless, like the gum on the bottom of your shoe. I wanted, no, needed to feel alive again and not wallow in self-pity. I chose match. I decided to see where a day membership could take me. I had about five dates in a two-week period.
Some were meet-ups at Starbucks, but one date was at Disneyland. OK, that was a little older than I wanted, but I was dating, not looking to get married. So we planned to meet. I arrived at p. And suddenly, coming my way, was a guy with a really bad toupee. Well, I had had a long day. By then, it was p. He bought himself water and an apple.
I bought some fried chicken and a coke, and we sat down. He kept eyeing my food. I finally offered him a piece.
He ate the drumstick and then tossed the chicken bone, and his leftover apple core, onto my tray. We chatted about mundane things, like how his mother was ill in the hospital. I was about to give up on this online dating thing, and my match. To start off, his profile said he was German. Very German. I pictured his family wearing lederhosen!
Also, he was a science guy. What could we possibly talk about? For one, he said he was looking to date someone within a mile radius. We exchanged some basic information over a few s, and talked on the phone a few times. I told him that I grew up in Los Angeles not far from where he lived.
That meant that, technically, he would be dating someone from within the specified mile radius. We decided to meet for coffee or a bite to eat. Stephen likes to say the best way to meet a girl in L. I even converted him into being an Anaheim Ducks hockey fan. Affairs chronicles the dating scene in and around Los Angeles. If you have comments, or a true story to tell, us at LAAffairs latimes.
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