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• I can't go over there and say something unless he looks at me, I just can't • If he were interested he'd look back • Damn, he's not looking • I wouldn't know what to say, anyway • I'm lonely • How am I supposed to go on a date if I can't even meet somebody?
Clearly I needed help breaking this habit."So go find a man with a job." Langston was looking at his drink. ""Because marriage for social advancement is destined to lead to a life of happiness?
• But he's not looking • The last time I got the nerve to say something the guy just turned his back on me • WHY WON'T HE LOOK AT ME?
• How come I always have to be the one to approach somebody? • I'm tired of going home alone • LOOK AT ME, DAMMIT!
"Being a straight, single man in New York City is literally the best dating landscape you could hope to have," my friend Amy, 40, said.
"This story is the equivalent of complaining about a mosquito bite to someone with a broken arm." The numbers back her up.
• I'd say something to him but I can tell I'm not his type • He's probably got a boyfriend • If he were interested he'd come over and talk to me • How come my best friend goes home with the cutest guy in the place and I go home alone?