What SF Women Wished Local Men Did a Little More Often

Mrs. Roberts should enjoy these compliments while they come her way for the next few years, before her borderline overweight body gives in to the forces of gravity and to the relentlessly slowing down metabolism. None of the guys said anything rude or offensive. It’s too bad, however, that not even one guy in the video is “normal”, and she only got attention from thugs. I am sure that if they heard her obnoxious ditz voice, it would help with discouraging them from admiring her beauty.

Evolution of Female Coffee Talk in San Francisco – From Bitching about Drama to Running Inventory

woman running inventory about datingBefore:

Two girls would meet for coffee and bitch about their problems and emotions surrounding their dating situation or a relationship with one particular guy. They would discuss it from different angles, and they were seeking advice and support form each other during painful arguments or break-ups that they were going through.

Today:   

Two girls meet for coffee and run an inventory of all the many guys who text them, comment on their Facebook pictures, follow them on Instagram and otherwise engage them in superficial, meaningless interactions that don’t go anywhere, as well as briefly mentioning a few 30-minute Match/OkCupid coffee/drink dates they have gone on recently. Your average FCH (Frigid Corporate Hamster) gets neither very excited nor very upset about anything or anyone. Why bother?

“Passionate” My Ass

Very few things deserve to be passionate about. When I heard during lunch today a girl say that she is passionate about her job – social media advertising – I almost gagged on an undercooked falafel piece I was rushing to swallow. Poor thing. She clearly doesn’t know what passion is. Hopefully, one day she will see the light at the of the tunnel of unfounded and undeserved excitement.