Wednesday, August 8, 2012

If Dating Was Five Times More Honest and Ten Times More Efficient

This is what I'd imagine dating in Provo would be like.















There, I said it.

12 comments:

  1. Hey, we cant help it if custom dictates that traditionally men ask the women out. Not to mention we don't get to choose who asks us out; at least you have options. We never asked you to spend $20 on us either... But you do have a point=) Dating sucks, thats why I got married.

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  2. Try not to be such a nerd and a wuss, it helps with dating.

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  3. No need to be rude!

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    1. Jake is a great guy and dating does suck!

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  4. BAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  5. Here's the thing.. Girls spend a lot on makeup, skin care products, clothes, hair, the gym, perfume, shoes, etc. to look good for guys. That's way more expensive than a date. If you want to pay for my upkeep I'll gladly pay for dinner.

    But really it's so tacky when guys complain about dating being expensive. Chivalry anyone?

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    1. Who's complaining about cost? I'm just pointing out the oddities of the ritual many of us go through on a Friday. Twenty dollars is on the cheaper end of the scale for a date, and I'm perfectly happy to spend it for a couple of hours of your time.

      BTW, I just Googled "how much does the average woman spend on looks," and the first article said the average American woman spends $12,000. Whaaaa....

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    2. Ha. I'll complain about cost. If being generous was a condition of chivalry, then yes, chivalry would be dead. I prefer to think of chivalry in terms of opening/closing the door for my date, being courteous, not trying to get in her pants right away, etc. But if you want to go for a really rich guy who is "chivalrous" enough to pay for everything, I hope you have a good plastic surgeon.

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