In Which the Perils of Internet Dating in This Cold Disheartening World Are Rehashed and Reappropriated By the Women Of J-Dizzle

Blondes week continues. Goddamnit I love Black History Month.

Occasionally our anonymous dating correspondent will be sharing some of the literal bullets from the internet dating war. In this edition, opening salvos get sent back with equal fervor.

S—-,


I’m not normally this forward, but I see my life as a series of lectures these days and I’d really like not to waste your limited pre-costa rica internet time on a conversation better conducted in a bar, so why don’t we meet for a drink sometime soon? I’m a gentleman and you’re looking to go out and enjoy life, it will fun!

B—–

B—-,

I appreciate your forwardness, and I do get the impression that you are in fact a gentleman, but I am much more comfortable keeping it to the internet and phone for at least a little while. General protocol. Hope you understand. Ask me again a little down the road. You will probably get a different response.

S—-

Who does this chick think she is, the Ethicist?

Our anonymous dating correspondent reports regularly from the front lines of the dating war.

“No Complaints” — Beck

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