Tuesday, October 27, 2009

To The society of Romantics & Mislead Hopefuls,

I met a boy in Miami. Well actually I met two (there were a few more, but T2 and #3 are relevant for this post.) T2, while sweet and fun, didn’t quite click. #3 however was just right. We talked a lot in Miami, which is quite a feat considering all the loud carnival music and sweaty dancing. And he appealed to me.

Back in Toronto, T2, message me daily, and every time I would ask for #3’s info, I was met with silence. But I am great at what I do. So eventually I “sourced” his information and sent him an email.

We quickly met for lunch, at which he discerned that I was not interested in T2. We had a great lunch. But he’s one of the quieter ones. And since then it’s been a text here and there, imploring me to watch Heroes, asking how my day is going etc.

A lot of interest, no concrete action…..

And then this line: I may join you at salsa one day.

Dearest society, does this man think that the word ‘may’ is an appropriate way to convey interest?

I strongly suggest an intervention on your part,



GC (God's Child) said...

alas it appears he's not man enough. . .

Crankyputz said...

Ahh Thank you!

It isn't just me!

Miz JJ said...

How was Miami? It is my fave carnival outside of Trinidad.

#3 is just not the one. Not enough get up and go.

Abeni said...

On to 4. BBefore I would get him to pin down a date when he "may" go

YAZMAR.COM said...

yep wasn't man enuff-at least that's what toni said lol

gishungwa said...

I don't do well with ambiguity. I hope he comes out clean, to or not to. Arrggh

Morpheus Rablings said...

(side note)
I recently returned from a bus. trip to Dubai.
They do things there in a big way, everything is huge, money seems to flow like oil (pardon the pun).
I NOW understand why you are so attached to Dubai.
Walk Good

Stunner said...

LOL! I wont defend him, "may"be he's being shy, but i would have given a date, time and place!

Mad Bull said...

I think he has a woman which is why he hasn't fully committed. Either forget him, or take the initiative and convince him to forget her.