Can we all just accumulatively agree that dating sucks?
Seriously, finding the love of your life is difficult.
You know when people say something along the lines of “you gotta date some losers, so you appreciate the good one when he comes along.” Well, I’m in the loser stage. Thats not even to say that all of them were losers.
But they were.
Like, how could you not like me? I’m hilarious, charming, and charismatic. And you won’t give me the time of day. Geesh. Like I said; finding the love of your life is difficult.
I’m definitely more so in the “casual dating” part of dating. I’m not really looking for anything serious. I don’t think I’m ready for anything real serious right now.
I just want someone who wants to catch a movie, go go-cart riding, eat pasta, and maybe take a walk.
I’ve loved and gained (I refuse to count that love as a loss), and I know I will love again. However; having someone to hangout with and buy you dinner doesn’t suck.
So like I said, causally dating. It’s hard though, because I want to just casually date, but I’m also a girl and I over think things. Constantly after a first date I’m thinking, “what if he doesn’t call?” and then he doesn’t and I get sad. Then I realize… I didn’t call him either, because I didn’t want to. So once I realize the feeling was mutual of no second date, I’m okay.
Girls are silly, we can over thing ourselves into a frenzy. Convincing ourselves he’s the love of our life because he remembered you’re allergic to olives.
I’ve had a lot of first dates that definitely don’t lead to second dates. Thats okay though. When you’re 21 and single thats how it should be.
I just don’t think my life would be as fun if the story went; She got married at 18 to the love of her life, had 10 children, and loved to garden.
Not that, that is a bad thing. It’s totally awesome if that is the case.
Just didn’t happen to me that way, so I’m stuck dating.
Or not dating. I think I might take a break from all the free dinners for a while.
I don’t think I’m really committed to finding the love of my life quite yet. Especially because I keep referring to it as “free dinner.”