For one semester, Stephanie and I had a frolicking good time.We hung out after school together almost every single day. Perhaps it starts off in the 1st grade when we’re running around yelling with blue slurpee stains on our Sesame Street t-shirts.She’d come watch my tennis matches and I’d take her to Mc Donald’s afterward for some hot apple pie and Mc Lovin. Or perhaps the perception starts in the 7th grade where we start snapping one too many bras.Let’s just say that older sister Karen wasn’t very happy with either of us. Maybe women think men are immature because even at 45, with our receding hair and ever expanding girth, we act like college dudes chasing tail even though we no longer have game.
If I had a pound off every 38-year-old who’d met the man of her dreams, sitting on her sofa in a onesie watching Coronation Street with nothing but a cat and a bottle of Shiraz for company, I’d be a very rich woman by now. Because ‘you’re not getting any younger’ wink, wink.
Looks of sympathy, comments of concern and ‘constructive’ ideas about how to meet ‘the one’ – If you think going it alone isn’t without its consequences, think again.
Here are 14 comments every single girl in her 30s is tired of hearing. There’s nothing a smug couple enjoys more than asking single friends why they’re single – with an obligatory ‘You’re so gorgeous!
If you want kids and still have none, you feel like your ovaries are ready to explode. It’s hard to not feel the pull of biology and hormones.2.
They’re not, but each date seems heavier than the last. Some men are scared off by women with kids." data-reactid="23"2. Good riddance to those p*ssies, but it still can make the dating landscape very barren and narrow.