Many women feel that the potential of the man they are seeing is a matter of life or death. Instead of having fun playing with him (like a child with a favorite playmate), they evaluate his potential as a father. They situate any future relationship squarely in the realm of adulthood. The rest of their lives is at stake.–I don’t know who wrote this, but I agree with it wholeheartedly.
Just enjoy dating. Don’t take it so damn seriously! In other words: stop imagining the next 50 years with this dude. Focus on the next 50 minutes.
Huh. This is the woman who Tweeted after one date with Harvard Harley the following:
Um … @MaryRambin? July 18th may have come a little early this year. 🙂 (!!!!!)
Can you procrastinate your destiny? Hmm.
Here is how she explains her obsession with weddings and getting married with her sudden new internal conversation, published for all the world to see. I theorize this has been brought on by being humiliated once again by some guy who fled in the face of her attempts to make him The One, and is also aimed at explaining to all past, previous and pretend suitors that SILLY!! JUST BECAUSE I AM OBSESSED WITH MY WEDDING WHEN I HAVE NO BOYFRIEND DOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD BE SCARED OF ME!!!:
btw, just because I love brides & wedding gowns & all things bride & wedding related, does not mean I’m in the mood to get married.
I understand that this is a confusing – but important – distinction, so let me clarify for you:
THINGS I LOVE = GIRLY ROMANCE BIG GOWN FUN PARTY MATCHING DRESSES CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN MEN IN TUXES
Weddings include all of these things*. Thus, I love weddings.
Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming, which is … um … bed?
*Although sometimes they forget the chocolate fountain, which is upsetting.
p.s. See the above photo? Imagine her with a wedding gown on, and Meghan’s the groom. Because you just KNOW she’s going to be the biggest bridezilla in the history of bridezillas.