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Me: This is wonderful, but it’s also bad. Very bad. And by bad, I mean that I’m going to crash and burn for him.


Me: If I haven’t started already.

J: I was gonna say.

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The Unexpected Italian

So, I decided to deactivate my Match.com profile because all of a sudden there’s this slew of guys that I already know who are apparently interested in me? How does that happen?

The most interesting right now is The Italian, a guy I met through some friends and have hung out with but never really thought much about until recently.

Oh sure, he’s super cute and I knew that all along but I didn’t really know him and I wasn’t really giving him the opportunity to get to know me. In fact, I was kind of a bitch to him whenever he was around.

If I’m being honest, I just figured he was some douchey frat guy who was mainly out looking for hook ups and being an ass. But that all changed recently.

We’ve spent a couple of nights hanging out, talking, and there’s definitely something about him that intrigues me. He’s actually really easy to talk to, and while it doesn’t seem like it on the surface, we do have a lot in common. It’s not really a likely match, but it’s definitely fun and worth pursuing more, I think.

We actually hung out last night and basically spent like eight hours talking. We had planned to watch some TV, and we had it on in the background, but I don’t think either one of us was paying much attention. And it’s nice to click with someone like that.

My goal for this is to not over think or over analyze and thus read too much into anything that happens. That’s actually a very challenging goal for me, as over analyzing every situation is sort of my MO, and it’s already begun here so it’s more a matter of stopping than trying not to do it to begin with. I’m pretty certain that’s a self-destructive behavior.


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