Dating fish in plenty sea
Earlier this week, a judge in Manchester decided to give some advice on relationships to a defendant, telling him to leave his ex-girlfriend alone because ‘there are lots more fishes in the sea’.At a deferred sentencing hearing at Manchester Crown Court, Judge Martin Rudland managed to sound more like a bloke in a pub, giving advice to a heartbroken mate, than a member of the judiciary. “I’m sensing that you want me to be there,” he wrote. ”I sat on it for three hours but I was secretly smiling. PCH and 7th in Long Beach, at 8 pm,” I finally replied. A Gen-X, computer-whiz engineer working ridiculously long hours in the aerospace industry. Affairs chronicles dating in and around Los Angeles. I played very hard to get (because I am), but he ignored it. ” I thought to myself, “That will surely get rid of him.” But Sunday afternoon arrived, and lo and behold, a text popped up: “Where do you want to meet? Affairs columns, and submission guidelines“Meet me at Sapporo Sushi. So, what Cracker Jack prize did I get, you might wonder?As a seahorse, I didn’t really have to be reminded that there are plenty of fish in the sea. After all, just because there’s a bunch of critters floating around in the Big Blue doesn’t mean a wave of loneliness can’t carry you away every now and then. Mostly shrimp, because that’s what I’m into these days and there’s so many of them, but there have been others. Who doesn’t like a peanut butter and jellyfish sandwich?
“Call me.”I looked up the telephone prefix: New Hampshire.I’d been through the wringer these past six years, first with an on-again, off-again long-distance relationship with an old flame I’d reconnected with through Facebook. After that, there were others I’d met in real life — a widower, a couple of recently divorced men. A starfish that keeps me warm during the occasional cold night. An octopus has eight ways to treat you right, if you know what I mean.
And they’re small, but there’s really nothing like a good Netflix and krill.
You were able to communicate to me in an honest way that these things were all huge turn-offs.