One thing’s for certain: I’ll always give you the truth, whether you can handle it or not. If you’re the same way, then you've come to the right place. Women will definitely see logging on after a date as a sure sign he's not interested or is a player or whatever. Good lord, I really have a very hard time figuring out why everybody talks about this work of art. He is not only rich, but also extremely good looking. This book is not literature, it is college girl drunk bedroom talk. Some say I’m nuts, others say I’ve changed their life forever. I’d prefer brutally honest breakthrough to a “nice” rut any damn day of the week. This is a bit off topic, but I could not resist the temptation to get myself a copy of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'. ), right, and not some old fart, as it is in real life, because it usually takes a lifetime to get really rich, inexplicably falls for a naive, 21 year old college student. I am getting a bit desperate, as it seems that culture and literature, which are the only things that distinguish us from animals, slowly seem to disappear.
I don't log on after an online date whether I'm interested or not..because I think it's rude. Meet him, if it goes no where, get back on and talk to someone new. Back when I would date multiple guys at once, I would catch myself saying, "didn't I already tell you? At any rate, if you had a great time with a date, why would you want to start talking to a new chick? I was in Vienna last weekend, and most of the incredible culture and art over there is at least 150 years old. I truly hope that 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is the bottom of the barrel, because it means that there is only one way, and that is..!By the way, I have a new celebrity crush: the Austrian-German actor Christoph Waltz.He was in Inglorious Basterds and Django Unchained.I read a lot of books by excellent authors who never get the credit that this silly woman does.Right now I'm reading the second book in Ken Follett's new series, Winter of the World.