Unintentional match making | Dating Misadventures

Last year, one of my good friends introduced me to her social club/group. She told me that all the men were really nice guys and all single. She said that if I was looking for a boyfriend then I should look no further. So I met her male friends and she was right- they were all really decent and for the most part good looking men.

So I flirted with her lawyer friend (which led to the Saga of the Lawyer) and then attempted to speak to the accountant. He was a nice guy and the story was that he wanted to settle down with the right woman and have kids. I too was looking to settle down and start the next challenge of a family life. I was very ready to leave the rat race of singledom and settle down with a dog and a couple of kids.

But alas, it was not meant to be. I think that the main issue is that the accountant was not interested in me in the first place. But nonetheless, I liked the idea of him. So naturally, he was seeing someone within 6 months.

I don’t know if it is a co-incidence or if men just run straight into the arms of any woman who is not me, but most men I have a crush on or semi-pursue seem to end up in relationships very quickly. Is it a special skill that I have? Just send all the single men to me and I promise that they will find their perfect match in the next 6 months. It’s a money back guarantee.

Or is it that they see me and think that they can only go up from there?

Either way, there is another girl (not me) who has scored herself a very decent fellow. Once again I am left to scavage somewhere else for the possibility of finding the man of my dreams. And I am watching the pool of single men ever dwindle before my eyes.

But hey guys, look me up if you want a girlfriend (not me).

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