As Long As My Bitches Love Me

*This was not only super fun to write—it was super fun to LIVE! I still have only great things to say on the subject on online dating—I highly recommend it and I wish it didn’t carry the stigma that it does. To some, it is considered lazy, or bottom of the barrel or desperate but with all this technology we have access to, I just see it as a sign of the times. Two people have to meet somehow and as long as you are able to build upon that initial connection who really cares how it all went down? Anywho—please read and enjoy one of my favorite posts and definitely a favorite with the readers

WG's Embrace the Crazy

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I was in the grocery store with one of my closest guy friends, in the check-out line after spending our entire shopping time talking about the latest woes of my love life. I was knee deep in the online dating lifestyle and I still couldn’t figure out what exactly I was getting out of the situation. My online messaging system seemed to be going off nonstop and before I could respond to one I was receiving a message from another. Meanwhile, the guys that I actually corresponded with on the phone didn’t seem to be really doing anything but randomly checking in with me. My reaction to this was like a crack addict looking for the next high—I was beginning to feel like I needed to cycle in a new batch of men to satisfy my need for attention!

I pushed the cart through the store lamenting to my homie…

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