Friday, October 27, 2006

I'm giving up

Today on the train, there was a really cute guy sitting across from me. Dark hair, thin, well-dressed, and . . . well, let's just say he had a rather impressive bulge.

He was reading this book, Boyfriend 101: A Gay Guy's Guide to Dating, Romance, and Finding True Love.

So if a cute, fit, well-dressed, hung guy can't find love . . . ?

Well, I don't want to continue that thought.

Anyway, at least there is a dating site just for me. And possibly Palochi.


Robert said...

Are you sure he didn't pull out the book AFTER he saw you?? ehehe!

Have a great weekend Crash.

Crash said...

He was being very furtive about the book. He was holding a couple of pieces of paper in front of the cover to hide it. I just got lucky and saw the title when he wasn't being so diligent.

David said...

When did you see me on the train??


Maddog said...

You should have offered him your number and let him practice what he had learned from the book on you. It couldn't have hurt could it?

David said...

Of course it didn't occur to you to actually chat him up.

Andy said...

See, if I were going to read a book like that, I'd make a brown paper bookcover for it. Earlier this year I sat next to a woman on the A train who was reading Winning Your Husband Back Before It's Too Late.

Homer said...

This is what I miss driving my car to work. of course I do get to see the occasional tranny hooker.

palochi said...

One of the reasons he's not finding love is because he's reading books like that.

And I don't date Trekkies/Trekkers. However, if there's a Battlestar version of the site somewhere, I'm totally signing up.

Crash said...

David: Oh, please.

Maddog & David: Things like that never occur to me unless I'm really drunk. And it was not even 9 a.m., so I was only slightly drunk.

Andy: Yikes!

Homer: You still notice the tranny hookers? How quaint.

Palochi: He totally would have had me if he'd been reading "Emotionally Unavailable and Borderline Abusive Boyfriend 101."

And re: your anti-Trek dating philosophy . . . the lady doth protest too much, methinks.