Sometimes deciphering texts from men can be like translating ancient Greek. Is he really “LOL?” And when should you stop sending him that floating question mark after he is—or isn’t—ignoring you?
Consider yesterday’s news that Down to Bang, a Facebook app, had just raised $1 million in seed funding. Its mission? To enable its 750,000 users to connect with Facebook friends they’d like to screw on the DL. Feel the romance!
And if 11F still rejects your advances, well, cheer up. There’s always the possibility that the weird guy in 23 B has liked what he’s seen in your frequent trips up and down the aisle, and sends a little bubbly your way.
Despite her cavalier attitude toward the less fair sex, she still bets me that if we went to a club together, she would walk home with more numbers. Sadly, I have to agree.
I like men. I never considered them “the enemy” or an unsolved mystery to be analyzed to death. I had too many other things to worry about.
Favoriting a tweet has suddenly become an entendre — an @ reply the beginning of courtship, a retweet a public declaration of love. Oh, it’s so easy to become smitten with someone’s feed, to feel so sure you could win someone over if only they’d follow you back.
The following is a list of pet peeves that, while not break-up worthy necessarily, certainly don’t do a lot for a guy upfront.
Phones are a great way to keep someone’s attention (or break the ice) once you’ve already noticed them, not to mention the fact that huddling together to peer over a tiny screen is a sneaky yet efficient way of initiating (accidental?) physical contact.