Dating site: match.com
Kids: don’t think so.
In all fairness, it was my fault.
I didn’t read his profile.
Or maybe I did, and I can’t remember because they―dating site profiles―start blurring together after a while. Hey, don’t judge―this is honesty. Anyone on a dating site long enough will agree.
I’ll save you a lengthy lead up and simply cut to it: Not a right match—he doesn’t meet my Top 5.
Also, Smoke Signals likes to go on extended road trips to places remote and unknown―like Alaska. I like to go on short walking jaunts in high heels to high-priced espresso shops, like anywhere with sirens in the background. Okay, fine, I like road trips, too, but I need balance and Smoke Signals kinda loathes anything “vanity.” (Apparently, fashion shows aren’t “nature enough.” *Meh, shrug*)
By the way, I knew better about making this date, he refused to talk on the phone before meeting me, but I felt desperate to get my date on because I’m behind in my 50 dates social study. My bad. Apologies all around. (Though, I would’ve asked had we chatted!)
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