I’ve tried the apps but, like Adam, have gotten mixed results. On one hand, I’d love the companionship or even a very consistent friend with benefits, but I’m also content in my singledom.
I’m used to it, despite the societal pressure that comes with being unmarried and childless at 32.
Fast Forward to last night: My girlfriends and I show up to Xino in Santa Monica, dressed up, and ready to make snap judgments about the eligibility of strange men.
We were each assigned a number and given a card with three columns printed on it.
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" Obviously, everyone agreed because we all bought them the very next day.
I vowed to go in with an open mind, and if I didn't come out of it with a date, I'd at least have a good story.
The men sat down next to us and we'd chat for four minutes each, and then the guys would get up and move one seat down.
Bear in mind, if you have any people skills whatsoever, four minutes goes by really fast, so theoretically, there's not enough time for it to get awkward if you don't hit it off. It was fun, there were appetizers, and the hostesses were lovely (and all foreign model/actress types).