And THIS is Why I'm Single in These Foolish Things

  • Sept. 5, 2020, 6:51 p.m.
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I turned down a date tonight. So what am I doing at 8:45 on a Saturday night?

Lounging in bed in jammie pants and a tank top with a bowl of popcorn, a sleeve of Starburst, a can of bubbly water and Real Housewives of NYC on my laptop.

Also, my dog is curled up at the foot of my bed sleeping.

It’s wonderful, but too easy.

Next weekend let’s plan for better, okay?

Love,
GS


The Thirsty Oriental September 05, 2020

Still sounds lit!

J.E. September 05, 2020

Sounds nice.

Soliloquy September 05, 2020

Hey, I’m in a big cat T-shirt and boy shorts on my couch watching baseball with an imperial brown ale and my tiny dog snoozing between my knees and under my iPad. This is the great part of being single. Enjoy!

permanent daylight September 05, 2020

Sounds like a great plan, although I might watch something else haha :)

Gangleri September 05, 2020

Sounds pretty spectacular, actually.

bobbi01 September 05, 2020

Yeah, better than a dud date!

Complicated Disaster September 05, 2020

Sounds like a legit Saturday night! Xx

pandora September 06, 2020

There is no "too" easy - just easy. Do what feels good! That sounds like a perfect, cozy, lovely, healing Saturday night. Doesn't sound like you do that sort of thing all the time!

IpsoFacto September 06, 2020

Sounds like a perfect evening to me. It could be worse, you could be with an 83-year-old grandpa who is practically
deaf and wants the television volume so loud you are afraid that your head will spontaneously self combust.

WhatDreamsMayCome September 08, 2020

Better than listening to a fellow carry-on about his prostrate.
(But the Starbursts are really bad for your teeth!)
... Sorry, couldn't stop myself from saying that.

Ginger Snap WhatDreamsMayCome ⋅ September 08, 2020

Ugh...I know. Not only are Starbursts bad for my teeth, but sooooo bad for my health in general! It's like eating squares of rubbery sugar. And I loved them! I hadn't had them in forever. And I hope I don't crave them for a long, long, long time.

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