Why Don't You Have a Boyfriend?
You've signed up with an online dating service and you get matched up with a guy who seems awesome. Runs his own business, travels for Europe to fun, and plays tennis on the weekends. What's your reaction?
You're excited, but too swamped to communicate with him right now. You'll get back to him in a few days.
You communicate with him immediately, telling him all about yourself. You've got to nab this guy!
You write back to him, but you worry about saying the wrong thing. He seems great - and you don't want to chase him away.
You wonder what kind of business he owns - and what his travel to Europe really involves. This guy seems too good to be true.
Most Friday nights you are...
Catching up with work in the early evening, having dinner with one group of friends mid-evening - before meeting some other friends for dancing.
Already hitting on guys at the happy hour around the corner from work. You've given out your phone number a few times by 10 pm.
Hanging around the house with your roomies or girlfriends - or catching up on your web surfing.
Making fun of the guys who are trying to talk to your girlfriends, before heading to a better club down the street.
You've decided to take the plunge and try online dating. What's your strategy?
You join one or two sites, but you are too busy to fill out your profile completely - or respond to most of your emails.
You join a few sites, fill out a very flirty profile, and start emailing the guys who catch your eye.
You join one or two sites, but you aren't sure about what photo to put up. You just can't seem to make a profile you like.
You join a few sites, check out the guys, and don't find anyone even close to datable. And the emails you get? Lame.
If you don't end up dating a guy your attracted to, it's usually because...
You couldn't make time to pursue the relationship.
The timing always was off on his end - not that you didn't try!
He didn't know that you were into him.
You lost interest before it got that far.
A guy you've been interested in forever asks you out for coffee on Saturday morning. What's your response?
"Is Saturday afternoon okay? Saturday morning, I'll be recovering from Friday night poker with the girls!"
"How about a nice picnic in the park instead. I'll bring the food - you bring the wine."
"Sounds great" but secretly wonder how you'll keep up the conversation with him.
"No thanks, I'm kind of busy." You aren't busy, but coffee does not cut it for a date!
What best describes your workout routine?
Jumping rope, push-ups, running, crunches - whatever you can fit into your schedule
You prefer to play a co-ed game of football or basketball - and get close to the cutest guys
You're the type to do yoga or the exercise bike at home - you prefer privacy
You belong to a high priced gym - where you swim in the olympic pool and take spinning
You and your last boyfriend ultimately broke up because...
You had better things going on in your life than him
You pushed too hard for the relationship to get serious
You had trouble opening up to him, emotionally
You couldn't deal with all of his faults
Your ideal relationship includes:
Both of you having a lot of separate interests and friends, with quality together time every so often.
You taking the lead on most things - without him actually knowing it.
Your guy taking the lead and doing a good job. Also, he should be your best friend and boyfriend in one.
A guy with a great personality, lots of charm, a good job, and great looks. Oh, and no female friends.
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