Imported Goods (dates that is)

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Men from Texas are h-o-t.

It’s not quite like mail-order brides, but if all y’all are having as much trouble as you say you are with dating in your own city, why not import? That’s right. Bring dates from other zip codes into your geographical fold. You can do this via online dating sites (as my colleague says, “Thank god you can just order online. Keeps thing simple. Seriously.”) or, when you’re traveling, gather men (or women) as you would souvenirs. A love in every port. You’ll never be without. I highly recommend it. Just be prepared to be very honest about your feelings. A visit gone wrong can be AWK-ward. A visit gone right though? Swoooon.


4 responses to “Imported Goods (dates that is)

  1. Many organizations hold their annual conventions in D.C. Sneak into one and impersonate a participant, and you’ll meet people from different states.

  2. Seeing the movie Up in the Air has made me more willing to consider applying to jobs that require frequent travel. I’m sure, though, that business travel is not as glamorous as it is depicted in the film.

  3. I forgot to mention that I’m from Texas–West Texas, that is . . . for what it’s worth.

    • The Single Scientist

      Interesting angle – sneaking into biz meetings. I used to crash weddings with my ex-boyfriend. People loved it! But I suppose this is different.

      (Like I said: Texas men are hot. You win! 🙂 )

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