5/19/2011

"Thanks for the Good Time"

Email Submitted by James:

Hey James!

Thanks again for taking me out last night.  I had a good time with you…. overall.

The thing is, James, to put it delicately, you came across as just about everything that I don't like about guys.  You were way too inquisitive and I felt like you were just compiling information to be used in stalking me.

I liked how polite you were, but it was too much and obviously fake.  No need to pretend to be polite if you're really not at all that way.  At least that's the impression that you gave me though I may be wrong.

Also you were thinking about sex the whole time.  Don't try to deny: I could tell.  Not going to happen!

Also, when I asked you how your dinner was, you said that it was "really good" but didn't ask me how I enjoyed mine.  You weren't the only one who was enjoying dinner.  I felt it is important for me to say that, and now I have.

Despite these, thanks for the good time.  Maybe again someday…

Nancy

8 comments:

  1. It's women like this that drive men insane trying to figure out what women want.

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  2. Even if everything she said about James is true, by her choice of words and subjects Nancy paints a picture of herself as a supremely conflicted woman.

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  3. I am the only one who got the impression that she was horny?

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  5. I'm with churro.

    Also, I think Nancy should write a book on how to read the mind of the man you're out on a date with because clearly she knows how.

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  6. If that's her delicate touch, I wonder how a frank email would sound.

    YOU ARE A FREAKING PSYCHO! YOUR STARING EYES ARE HAUNTING MY SLEEP! YOUR PERVERSE FANTASIES ARE SICKENING! I HOPE YOU GET LOCKED UP IN A MADHOUSE AND HANG YOURSELF!

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  7. It's not that I agree with Nancy, but I think I understood what she meant in the polite part. He didn't ask her how she liked her dinner, and it was impolite in her eyes, so every nice thing he had done up to that point was erased. That's why she assumed that he had faked his courtliness.

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  8. An, are you seriously trying to say that just b/c he didn't ask one inconsequential question, an entire evening's worth of being a gentleman was somehow negated? Nancy needs to chill the eff out and rearrange her thinking.

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