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Crazy Stupid Love – They got it right

I was in Los Angeles visiting one of my best friends a few years ago. He had seen and already told me about the movie, “Crazy Stupid Love”, and how wonderful it is. I have to admit, all I hear is Blah Blah Blah. One night during my vacation, which includes visiting him, he suggests seeing “Crazy Stupid Love” and admits that he loved it so much he would see it again.

 Renting CRAZY STUPID LOVE Makes a Great Casual Date

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I think twice when a guy offering to see a movie twice that is not an action movie is pretty big. So, we reserve our seats online and make our way to the theater.

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I have to say right now that this may be my new favorite movie. It got it all right and provided twists and turns that were unexpected and not anticipated. That is huge.

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The crux of the movie revolves around a couple whose marital woes have gotten them into a tricky situation. But, what I love about this movie is, aside from its ability to tell a story, be funny and capture human nature; it speaks of the dreaded word “soul mate.” I hate the word soul mate, but after this movie, I totally get the understanding.

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Basically, it preaches that if you meet your soul mate, you not only know it but you will fight fight fight for that relationship because that person is part of you and provides the U in US.

STAY CONNECTED – Don’t Lose the U in US

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I finally found a movie that expresses how important it is to stay true to finding your soul mate.

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One line I love from the movie is during a discussion between the soon to be ex-husband and he turns to his wife and says, “when did we stop becoming us? I have always loved you … but at some point, I stopped trying.”

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I think those 2 lines capture what befalls most couples that end up in divorce. Basically, if you stay focused on US the couple, then you will survive. If you don’t give up your relationship then you will always try to make sure that person feels special.

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Once you take your love mate for granted, then it is only a matter of time before he/she walks away in disgust. You need to fight for what you want and show the world that your love is worth fighting for!

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Do we all have a soul mate? YES

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Do we have more than one soul mate? YES

Soul Mates need to work on their relationship too!

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Mix things up and try things that are foreign to you. Plan a romantic night out that shows your loved one how special they are and incorporate those passions or elements that are representative of you as a couple. You can never stop trying to show the person you love that you are always there for them and will be in the future and you are focused, ALWAYS, on US!

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Now go out a plan a great date for your sweetie! Or rent Crazy Stupid Love and have a sexy night in.

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Profiles in Craziness

Where's the right Online Dating site for me?I read so many online dating profiles that they all sometimes seem to blur together into one gigantic Cosmic Consciousness of dating. I’m amazed that we’re all single since each and everyone of us is “sincere, loving, smart and successful”, and we all enjoy “holding hands, long walks and cudding”. So I always perk up like a bloodhound when someone says something unique.

Of course unique is not always a positive thing. Sometimes it is… but sometimes not. In the interest of keeping my sanity and sense of humor intact on this journey, I’ve taken to writing some of these gems down. At the very least I will be able to be very, VERY entertaining when the cocktail party conversation turns to online dating.

That said, here are a few of my latest favorites with grammar faux-pas and misspellings included, along with my snarky italics:

1. This is from a man in his 50′s: “hobbies are many going to scifi, comic book conventions going to movies action scary comedies”
— That’s why you’re single honey.

2. “I have a handshake that could make Arnold Schwarzenegger tremble.”
— And if Maria Shriver ever decides to try online dating, I’m sure she’d find this an appealing trait. The rest of us?…Meh.

3. “i am a STOCKBROKER on WALL ST.
i am a big sports fan!
i like the yankees in baseball!
i like the giants in football!
i like the rangers in hockey!”
— I think I just figured out why the Market keeps tanking!

4. “Describe myself? Describe a river. …Some dangerous fish of the large and dark variety. A few schools of guppies. Infrequently, shell fish with pearls inside. Sometimes I circle a quite farm, other times a major city. The water is usually cold, but sometime produces hot”
— All this running water just makes me want to pee.

5. “Please have only normal baggage”
— I have a Samsonite navy blue wheelie bag. Is that OK?

6. “mysterious, enigmatic, phlegmatic, proactive, perspicacious, duly diligent, forensically consistent, consistently peripatetic, wordy, obscure, questioning, asymmetrical, egalitarian”
— But the real question is: are you Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious??

7. “I am a very ambishous fun to have and a freak in the bed”
— OK, so I’m picturing waking up to a two-headed man who’s tattooed from head(s) to toe and can thread a needle through his eyeball without screaming or bleeding.

8. “i can your friend and you can treat me like your maid. i am really interested in elder women and am crazy about them”
— COUGARS…ALL POINTS BULLETIN: Free dinner AND you get your bathroom cleaned!

9. “i hope i find my half orange and some day may be forever”
— Half orange????? I think of myself as a whole, juicy kumquat. I’m guessing that this may be a deal-breaker.

10. “I believe that lee harvey oswald did not act alone”
— Oliver? Oliver STONE?? I had no idea you were dating online.

Rerun: The World’s Biggest Candy Store

This is a post I originally ran about two years ago. The email exchange still cracks me up…..and YES, this is the actual email convo that I had.

With so many singles dating online it’s hard to not be picky, and it’s so easy to carry that to an extreme. If this person is good the next will be sooo much more perfect!! Here you are, you’ve found the girl who likes the same movies that you do, enjoys philosophical conversations and has the looks and bod that you’ve been dreaming about since you were 13 and realized that there’s more to life than playing street hockey. Excitedly, you read her profile further. NO, it can’t be! She’s a New England Patriot’s fan. How can you, a die-hard Giants fan even consider meeting such a tasteless chick… you can’t. And so you move on to the next profile without a thought to the possibility that you’ve maybe just cyber-dissed the mother of your future children.

Those of you who’ve never dated online are reading this and shaking your heads, “no, she’s exaggerating, that can’t be true”, and all you online daters are saying “Yup, uh huh, you’re right on the money.” It’s like that old Seinfeld episode where Elaine breaks up with a man because she doesn’t like the way he eats peas. I sometimes wish that Seinfeld were still airing, I’d love to see that gang dealing with online dating.

Oh wait, we don’t need Seinfeld, the real world of online dating is so much more fun than watching sitcom reruns. Sometimes you don’t even need to meet the person to know that they’re channeling Jerry or Elaine. Here’s an email experience that I had a while back. Anything similar happen to you?

From: NewAgeAdonis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)
Subject: alert: NewAgeAdonis has winked at you!
To: Creativegal(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)

NewAgeAdonis just winked at you! Out of millions of members, he picked you! Flirt back right away with a wink, or better yet, an intriguing email.

For the uninitiated, a “Wink” is a quick way to let someone know that you’ve seen their profile. This spares the “winker” the annoyance of having to actually string some English words together into a coherent sentence. Normally I would have deleted a mere wink, but NewAgeAdonis’s profile looked interesting. So I forged on:

From: Creativegal(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)
Subject: Thanks for the Wink!
To: NewAgeAdonis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)

Hi NewAgeAdonis,
Can I just call you “New”…? LOL. I took a look at your profile and I see that we have a few things in common. Like you I also enjoy creative pursuits and outdoor activities. What is your fav thing to do outdoors? Do you enjoy theater, museums, etc? So hard to know what to write after just a “wink”. Please write and let me know what intrigued you about my profile. Maybe I can answer some of your burning questions.

From: NewAgeAdonis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)
Subject: Hi
To: Creativegal(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)

Just now had a chance to look at your profile. You seem to have a nice picture of yourself posted. Is it current?

From: Creativegal(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)
Subject: You Just NOW looked at my profile?
To: NewAgeAdonis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)

Didn’t you look at my profile when you winked at me? OK New, are you one of those guys who sends out huge numbers of winks to see if one sticks? Have I been the victim of a “Drive By Winking”…:)?

From: NewAgeAdonis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)
Subject: RE: Hi
To: Creativegal(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)

Sorry, I’m a very busy person and don’t really have time to read through profiles. Nor do I have time for many emails. I would prefer to meet in person but, before we do you should be aware of some very important ground rules that I have.

First, I am an Ovo-Lacto vegetarian. I feel very strongly that eating meat is detrimental to human health and to the survival of the planet. Also, I have an extremely sensitive sense of smell and would insist that you not use perfume, skin creams or any type of scented shampoos before our meeting.

From: Creativegal(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)
Subject: So Many Rules, So Little Time!!!!!!!
To: NewAgeAdonis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)

Nut, I mean New. It’s so nice that you are a vegetarian; everyone should have a little hobby to pursue. Do you mind that I’m a Carnivore? It’s OK if we meet at a vegetarian restaurant; I will just bring a slab of raw buffalo meat for myself. Please don’t worry about perfumes or other scented products. I don’t use any of these. In fact, I am a Non-Lavar proponent; I do not bathe … EVER. I believe that water, soap, other cleansers and perfumes are detrimental to the planet and to humans.

I never again heard from NewAgeAdonis…go figure…LOL. Sometimes a little sarcasm is just the most therapeutic way of dealing with dating frustration.


The Repetitive Wink

wink. wink. wink. winkYou go to your inbox only to find that MagicManLovesYou has winked at you. You are flattered that someone liked your profile or how you looked. You check his profile and realize he is not for you. You don’t wink back.

A few weeks later, yet another wink. Again, from MagicManLovesYou. Again, you don’t respond. Maybe he forgot he winked at you.

A month later, your inbox shows you have a message waiting. It is from MagicManLovesYou. But this time he has emailed you and said that he likes your profile and thinks your smile is cute and would like to hear back. You realize that perhaps you were impolite and should let him know you are not interested.

You click on the “thanks, but …. ” and an auto response is sent. At least he knows.

3 weeks later, another email arrives from MagicManLovesYou. He writes as if he has never contacted you. You realize that perhaps you need to be more clear. You write him an email and say, “Thank you for your wink and email. But, I am not sure we are a great match but I wish you the best of luck in your search.”

That is clear. He will understand and stop emailing you.

One month later, you get a WINK from MagicManLovesYou. You shake your head and then start to wonder if he even remembers who he winks or if someone rejects him. You email again and say, “You have winked and emailed repeatedly. I appreciate your interest but I am not interested and would appreciate it if you not email or wink me again. I appreciate it.”

The winks and emails stop. Thankfully.

Six months later, you open your email and see, you guessed it … a WINK from MagicManLovesYou. Is he serious you think? Apparently. Is he stalking you? Doesn’t he read or get the message? How does he not remember? Maybe he just gets that many rejections he can’t remember who was sent a “Thanks, But … ”

At this point … what to do? you wonder. Well. I would block him and move on.

I do know someone who relented and did go out with the person who kept winking and emailing. It did not have a good result. So, follow your gut feeling and don’t let anyone stalk you and if they are that forgetful, just take the actions so you are not bothered again.

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