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He’ll probably go to the place where the girl he likes the most will be.And if you were that girl, he’d be answering the phone when you have called.That makes everything much more spontaneous and therefore, I don’t want to know all the private stuff before I get to know the sound of his laugh. French women always seem to know the components of a good outfit — Ines de la Fressange is no exception.Let’s talk about texting — do you prefer a guy to call or text? Call me to tell me you are already there and waiting for me. Linda Rodin also happens to have a unique view on relationships, and being yourself when in one.
A guy who doesn’t want to change his relationship status might as well be the same guy who goes to a bar and hides his wedding ring.
I had this conversation with my friends recently; we found it kind of exciting to not web-stalk the ones we like. I don’t want to see digital roses or a face winking at me. I have not one single rule about texting or waiting or not. The problem with spontaneity, though, is that I can totally forget to respond, or the opposite — I respond twice, but I’ll use two different ways of saying the same exact thing. Laura is wearing a Club Monaco jacket, her mom’s sweater, vintage Levis, Tods boots, her scarf is Gagetlou and her bag is the one she uses for grocery shopping in France, which she “stole” before a recent flight back to NY because she was overloaded before the plane.
No adding on Facebook, no following on Instagram, no looking at the last time the Whats App connection happened. (I love using them with my friends, though.) The worst is that waving hand. To read more about relationships and dating, check out our series, It’s Kind of a Funny Story.
It’s like the scene in Bridesmaids where Kristin Wig has to call Jon Hamm to pick her up, and he tries to get her to give him a blow job.
But he realizes he doesn’t actually like her, so she gets out of the car, and when he drives off he yells out something along the lines “you were my 3 choice anyway!
Laura is, of course, French, so this might seem like a case of But what unifies us is the social media factor; no matter how much the apps on our smart phones may allegedly simplify our lives, they tend to find a way to complicate things, too. They’re the right contradiction of the world we live in. I guess it’s controversial, but it sums up our generation: alone, but so connected. I don’t have them and it never occurred to me to use them. I find it so weird to look at people online the same way I look at clothes. I can’t believe being French is an attractive quote to say on a dating site, especially for a guy. On another note: I guess if a guy is French, he may not be as aware of the dating rules, which is kind of nice since he probably will not see a thousand girl as the same time as you. When it comes to a Face Timing me…sure, why not, if that talk can’t be done in real life or over the phone.