Jun 27, 2012
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Ovary Up!
I'm not the one who took the initiative in my anecdote, but it's a worthwhile tell all the same, I believe. I'm from New York and, to my own surprise and ultimate delight, met a guy on the subway. He was coming home from work, as was I. Glancing across the subway car, I was thinking "man, that guy is cute and just my type." Kept looking over at him. He saw me looking and he looked back. I got off (...the train, smartass) and was walking to transfer to my other train and he followed me and asked me if I could recommend a place to go for drinks downtown. I gave him a couple of blocks to check out and gave him my sweetest smile at the same time. He asked if I wanted to hang out. I said I did. Thus commenced a year (a year!) of me (horny early thirtysomething) fucking the shit out of him (horny early twentysomething) and it was... HOT. AS. HELL.
Bonus anecdote: I was once taking the train across Canada, and I started chatting with an attractive younger fellow passenger guy out of my league, and ended up in a cabin having the greatest sexual experience of my life.
Moral of story: I, an average-looking girl who lusts after hotter guys, have had quite good results being confident and friendly to total strangers. If you want to fuck this guy, and he's definitely not married, all you need to do is:
(1) hold his eye contact for 1-2 seconds longer than you have been already, and
(2) say ANYTHING AT ALL to him and give him a big, genuine smile. Ask for the time. Talk about the weather. Whatever. Just shoot those friendly eyes and smile at him and you will be fucking him the same weekend.
Jan 28, 2012
commented on Chuck Klosterman Pisses Off tUnE-yArDs Fans
It seems like people are spending far more hours bitching about Chuck's phoned-in essay than the ten minutes he spent writing it. Why does this one article anger you so much? I felt sort of neutral about his opinion, and I would have forgotten about it immediately if it weren't for the reactions to it, which are are leagues more irritating. I doubt even Klosterman thought he was penning anything mind-blowing. I'm actually inclined to take the responders less seriously because of their over-sensitivity. If I thought the guy was so wrong, or comically out of touch, I would have just tossed the piece aside with a chortle and moved on. By reacting so violently you are lending it more importance. Just get over it. If you like the album, you like the album. He can't take that away from you.
Nov 29, 2011
answered a bunch of weird questions about himself or herself.
Jul 27, 2011
commented on Forever Black
@13: If you think Back to Black doesn't have soul, then I suspect our definitions differ.