He was so grumpy and aggro as he told me about the terrible day he was having, how he’s sick of SF, how no one here is interested in being creative so he’s hoping to move to Portland or New York or LA, somewhere with real creative minds, etc.
I sat mostly in silence, minus the questions I prompted him with to look engaged but it was so hard to pay attention. But when he came back, he was a completely different person. Luckily my office is on the cusp of Fi Di and SOMA so it was close by, but here’s the kicker — I don’t have a doorman and I didn’t want him to know where I worked.
Seek comfort and humor in the five weirdest Tinder dates I've been on.
With online dating as ubiquitous as it is (nine out of 10 single Americans are online!
Here are some tales from the front lines of Internet dating from bartenders across the country.I had nothing to do that night so why not, I thought. I introduced myself and we started small talk about our days.I barely told him about mine and he started going off.I had used the app for months but never found anyone interesting until this guy. employed, lives in the city, looked cool/interesting).I was out at happy hour with girls from work when he texted asking if I wanted to get a drink.