San Diego reminds us of California sun, sand and surf. From now on, it will also remind us of weed and boobs.
In the beginning of any courtship, everyone shows up wearing their finest mask and putting forth their best foot. We all can agree that we have found ourselves attracted to someone of the opposite sex who appeared to be perfect on paper until we discovered a little more about him or her that was a complete turn off. We could list a number of deal-breakers that can be a killjoy to a new relationship, but below you will find some of the top four that will shut down the fireworks of any new encounter.
Online dating experts are always stressing that you should know how to sell yourself to a potential match. This means listing your best qualities in your profile and posting photos that make you look like a fabulous catch. This does not mean that you should refer to yourself as a "lazy cow."
We've read enough "online dating dos and don'ts" lists to know that harping on your worst qualities won't get you very far in the virtual search for love. Instead, you're supposed to highlight the characteristics that make you unique and intriguing to potential suitors.
Sometimes you may find yourself whining to your other single friends, "Why don't people want to date me? I'm cool, I'm funny, I dress well..." And then the conversation ends there, probably because you realize how self-involved you sound.
A 22-year-old woman in Boston needs your help. She needs to stop eating her favorite cookies, Cool Mint Oreos, and getting a date is the only thing that will make her stop!