(OK, get out the violin after all.) No, this isn’t in any way related to your junk, so get that filth out of your head.
I am in fact referring to the dating pool – the sheer number of people out there in the same position as you, especially if you’re in a big city, can be immensely daunting. Take London; the nation’s biggest, busiest, and probably loneliest city when it comes to dating.
Another thing that feels all too common is the notion of a man paying for dates, especially first ones.
It’s outdated and if there’s anyone out there still under the illusion that a man should be funding their date as well as their own night out, it’s time to wake up and smell 2017.
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The difference being that men are rightly vilified for doing it, but when it’s done to men, they have to ‘man up’, which, incidentally, is a term I really hate.
It takes five seconds to send a text along the lines of, ‘Not feeling a spark, nice meeting you, bye’.
The qualm I have with this is the frivolous nature of how it happens.
Over the years, I’ve heard of guys dating someone and then ghosting them and how horrible it is.