The Rules To Being In An Open Relationship [Free Agents]

People talk about being in open relationships like it’s the cool thing to do these days…

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Lindsey: People talk about being in open relationships like it’s the cool thing to do these days. I don’t know, maybe it is. It’s never worked for me no matter how many times I’ve tried it.

Maybe non-relationship relationships are the new black. I just know that when you commit to an open relationship (that sounds like such an oxymoron), you walk a fine gray line.

Unless, of course, you follow these wise wise rules. Continue reading “The Rules To Being In An Open Relationship [Free Agents]”

How to Get a First Date

Getting the first date is probably just about the hardest part of dating.

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How to Get a First Date

Lindz: Getting the first date is probably just about the hardest part of dating.

Let’s face it. You judge, we all judge. And if she doesn’t’ like you the minute she sees you or meets you; you’re not getting a date out of it.

You may get her number (and she may get yours). But that’s just so she can add you in her phone as “Annoying Guy from Bar #1. DO NOT ANSWER.”

If you follow these simple steps, you are this much closer to getting a first date. Yes, that’s right. You’re welcome. You can buy me a beer later.

Bill: FELLAZ!!! :O haha TRUST. AND. BELIEVE. that you could easily end up in a chick’s phone as WAY. WORSE. THAN. “Annoying Guy from Bar #1. DO NOT ANSWER”. 😀 HAHAHA Just TRUST ME on this one! >:D

1. Be A Gentleman.

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When Men “Catch Feelings” Before Women [Part 01]

Reader “J” asked me an interesting question, which was “What happens when men ‘catch feelings’ before women? o_O”

Reader “J” asked me an interesting question, which was “What happens when men ‘catch feelings’ before women? o_O”

Catching Feelings (Catchin’ Feelin’s) is a slang term that basically amounts to you can’t just let a good, fun, mutually-beneficial, probably-sexual relationship be what it naturally is, and you feel the need to add ish into the game that wasn’t originally a part of it, and all of a sudden, you turn into a Klingon (see what I did there?.. Cling-On? >:D) and start overplaying your position, trying to put labels on the situation, and campaigning for exclusivity when nobody offered you that in the first place. Continue reading “When Men “Catch Feelings” Before Women [Part 01]”

How You Get It Is How You Keep It

Ladies.. Please pay attention to what you’re selling…

One of the most annoying things in life is when the only thing of any potential value a chick presents to potential suitors is T&A, and then she cries about it when dudes hit it and quit it. 😀 Continue reading “How You Get It Is How You Keep It”

Dating Relativity

One of the funny things to me about the dating game is that people generally fail to measure themselves against their competition.

It’s like they believe they’re dating in a vacuum…

One of the funny things to me about the dating game is that people generally fail to measure themselves against their competition.

It’s like they believe they’re dating in a vacuum, where they’re the only person the other person is dating, *AND* as if the person they started dating ceases to meet new people after them.

I mean, it’s really stupid. 🙂 Continue reading “Dating Relativity”

Unequal Relationships

Unfortunately, the nature of relationships dictates that people ACT AS IF they’re equals, even if it’s clear that they aren’t.

I’m not aware of many equal relationships. Most of them consist of one person that was sweating another person, and then the sweatee agreed to date the sweater.

That’s not to say that equal relationships don’t exist. I’m sure there are lots of them.

I’m just saying that in most cases, one person has more power in the relationship than the other one does, regardless of whether the “stronger” person utilizes that power against the “weaker” one or not. Continue reading “Unequal Relationships”

The Dog Stays.. You Go.

Women tend to overestimate their position on the totem pole relative to other aspects of men’s lives, such as their cars, friends and pets.

Pets

Women tend to overestimate their position on the totem pole relative to other aspects of men’s lives, such as their cars, friends and pets.

Think about it.. If a dude has had a dog for like 20 years and then a gal shows up and tries to regulate, talkin’ ’bout he has to get rid of the dog, she might find her bags packed and waiting for her at the door after he hits it one last time.

Speaking of which, if dude hasn’t hit it yet, she has no pull, whatsoever. He can get a new woman that he ISN’T having sex with, immediately. He can’t get a new beloved pet, so she might have to take a long walk on a short plank. Continue reading “The Dog Stays.. You Go.”

Your Girlfriend Is A Ho

This season’s premiere episode of Jersey Shore was only interesting for one reason.. MTV decided to surprise the cast by bringing the people they care about together for a surprise party.

That would have been all well & good, except for Nicole’s various sexual hookups with guys and girls that were invited to the same party. 😀

This season’s premiere episode of Jersey Shore was only interesting for one reason.. MTV decided to surprise the cast by bringing the people they care about together for a surprise party.

That would have been all well & good, except for Nicole’s various sexual hookups with guys and girls that were invited to the same party. 😀 Continue reading “Your Girlfriend Is A Ho”

Single.. But Not Really

“Single” is another one of those dating titles that are absolutely meaningless, like “Just Friends”, “Friends With Benefits (FWB)”, “Girlfriend”, “Boyfriend”, etc..

No title means anything at all without consistent actions backing that up. Continue reading “Single.. But Not Really”

That’s Your Man’s Problem

I just watched this Paul Newman film that was released in 1967, called “Hombre”.

Skipping past the race-relation value of the film, while I was watching it, I was amazed (yet, not) about what they were asking Paul Newman’s character to do in the situation they were in.

Basically, some guy stole money from the people that raised Paul Newman’s character, like in a significant amount that it endangered their lives. This guy had that money and his wife on a stagecoach that Paul Newman happened to be on.

The stagecoach got robbed, and criminals stole the money from the dude that had stolen it from the people. They also took the dude’s wife. Continue reading “That’s Your Man’s Problem”