About Me

sgbfacebookWhoa. Filling out this section is about as painful as filling out an online dating profile. Anyone who has ever filled out an online dating profile will totally get my pain.

Here’s the thing: I can’t decide if this is a humor blog or a singles blog. So let’s just say I could easily cry about my single life, but I choose to laugh instead.  And I hope you do, too. Sometimes I just write weird stuff. Like that last sentence. I write about penises a pretty decent amount. Oh, and I live in Los Angeles, so that’s funny.

For the most part, 87% of what I say you should not take seriously. It’s on you to figure out which 87%.

You know, on second thought you should just read my shit to get to know me. And follow me on Twitter @singlegirlie and like me on Facebook, too.

Fun fact: As I write this I am wearing a giant pink onesie. Alright, this has been awkward enough. I gotta go.

Contact Info

What’s that? You want to pay me to write for you? You want to hand me a book deal on a platter? CONTACT ME NOW at singlegirlie [at] ymail [dot] com. Or you can fill out my handy dandy contact form. Also accepting jewels.

NO DAMN SOLICITORS.

58 replies

  1. Hi I nominated your blog for the One Lovely Blog Award. You should have received a ping for the post I wrote but let me know if you did not! Thanks for being a ballsy writer!!

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  4. Hi there. I am admin of the Dating site GoldenSoulmate (www.goldensoulmate.com) It is a very popular site and we have thousands of satisfied customers. We are now looking to further expand our business and i would be very excited to write an article for your blog. Get back to me and feel free to let me know if you have any ideas Regards Patrick from Golden Soulmate// ottvard@gmail.com

  5. I am adoring yr writings, follow follow follow! I am new to this WordPress/blogging stuff, and can only hope that my Voice will be as *awsm* as yours is! xo n stuff!

  6. I got married at 30, I was in no rush and had no firm design on having to get married. I happened to meet a fantastic man – whom even today, I call my best friend. Prior to the great guy, I dated an awful lot. I remember the humor and the terror were finely mixed in the wicked cocktail called dating. I can promise you, most of the dating terror will turn to humor as time passes. Even as I write this, I’m fondly recalling the man with the yellow banana shorts, his red convertible and bad seafood – long story – horrific at the time, hysterical now. :-)
    AnnMarie

  7. Hello,

    This is sort of a solicitation, but is definitely relevant to your blog.

    My name is Nathan Ives, I’m an indie filmmaker and recently wrote and directed ‘It’s Not You, It’s Me,’ – A Serious Relationship Comedy. It’s an edgy, fun look at relationships from inside our heads. It stars Vivica Fox (Independence Day), Joelle Carter (Justified), and Ross McCall (Band of Brothers). Here is a link to the trailer: http://vimeo.com/83004036

    Instead of signing with a distributor, I’m doing a grassroots tour, an NPR interview and Film Independent article are below.

    I wondered if I could either send you a link to watch the film, or send you a DVD, if you enjoy it, maybe you’d write a blog post about it.

    Thanks so much for your time and consideration, I hope your day is going well!

    Best,

    Nathan

    NPR Interview: http://wcqs.org/post/its-not-you-its-me
    Film Independent Article: http://www.filmindependent.org/blogs/greetings-from-the-trenches-what-i-learned-about-d-i-y-distribution-by-touring-with-my-film-in-the-back-of-my-truck/#.UuFUUNLTnMx

  8. Solicitors? What have you against lawyers*? I love the diff sometimes between Brit Eng and Amer-Eng (is that a new word I just made up?) Anyway just found the Blog and have enjoyed it so far. Thank you

    *solicitor – a lawyer in the UK, generally preps cases but does not present in court, certainly not High Court also known as the lawyers who do not wear the wigs !

  9. I’m single as well and I found out your blog :) It’s amazing :) I have been through a hard break up six months ago and it’s getting hard to get over it. Do you think I should write my own blog? How did it help you out?

    Best,
    Elisa

  10. If you have experienced a relationship break-up then you are probably familiar with the distress, disorientation and upheaval that often occurs when we are faced with the end of a relationship.

    It is estimated that 1 in 3 of us experience the pain of a relationship break-up each year. Yet amazingly, little is known about how people deal with this highly stressful event.

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    • By the way. I agree. “To be honest, I don’t dislike being single. I can come and go as I please, don’t have to answer to anyone and exercise full control of the remote. I have terrific friends and I travel, have a great time, and take advantage of all this crazy city has to offer. In some ways I’m afraid of losing that freedom if and when I meet someone. But I’m not getting any younger and I’m going to need someone to change me when my ass is back in diapers.”

  11. Hi there. I’ve been reading your site since discovering it a few months back, and finally worked up the nerve to say hi and send a request. Your writing is very alive & insightful, and I would love to see you take on the following topic…

    My girlfriend & her friends and I recently had a big debate on the difference between ‘making love’ and fucking.…From a physical standpoint, what is your definition of ‘making love’? Slow with eye contact seems to be the general female perspective, but my argument was that even if you are having a quickie, or being rough even, as long as there’s trust and respect, then you can still be ‘making love’.

    Just wanted to get a single girl bloggers perspective with the usual wit and humor.
    Thanks so much and keep writing!
    C. Ungor

    • Hi yourself. I will take your suggestion into consideration. It might take me a minute to write something, but I will make an attempt.

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m blushing. I’m glad you said hi. This is a personal invitation from me to comment any time you get the urge. :)

  12. Have been reading your Greatest Hits. One word- HILARIOUS!

    Glad I’ve found your blog, I am doing the similar thing and have just started few weeks back so my blog is a bit amateur-ish. : ) Would be great if you can check it out and feedback!

  13. Hey, I LOVE this blog. I can relate to almost everything that you post! This blog has become one of those I check everyday! Check out my blog as well, I’m an inspiring Interior designer and I post about deisgn, art, entertainment and anything that interest me!
    Keep up the great work,
    Akire! =)

  14. Love love LOVE this. When it comes to dating, I’d almost rather sit at home and watch an entire season of 2 and a Half Men, followed by the extended version of Gigli.

    I hope you don’t mind if I use your blog as my therapy also (only because I don’t have coverage.:))

  15. Really enjoyed reading your blog so far. Have just started my own so have linked you so people can see what a good blog is like once they have finished looking at mine :-)

  16. Love your blog. Keep it going.

    I was in a relationship for ten years. Then he left me via a text message on my birthday saying, “I am moving out. Already found a new place to live! I hope we can be friends.”

    Yes, that exclamation mark was really in the text, and no, he didn’t actually hope we could be friends. So I’m a single girl dating in Orange County. I’ve met a lot of Asian Republicans while speed dating.

  17. I’m a professional wingman. Don’t judge. It’s all very Hitch. Anyway, go out alot. Have fun. Look for interesting people. Don’t look at every one as the ONE. HE is out there. The one you want to snuggle with. Just be interesting so the guy that’s looking for someone interesting to talk to looks at you and says to himself, “Wow! She looks interesting.”

      • I completely agree re. the wingman (or wing girl as I like to call them). I’ve found it’s good to suss out a venue before you go so you can take the right kind and number of wing girls with you. Meeting men involves so much strategy these days! Not sure on the situation in the US, but in Oz we have a major man drought…makes getting your strategy right even more important…

    • Scot, if only it was as straight forward as that!! I rarely back-off from a challenge or the opportunity to experience something new but after trying to be ‘interesting’ for a few yrs and experiencing very poor quality stock in men regardless; I’ve thrown the towel in. I’m done. THEY need to start trying harder and appear more ‘interesting’ to ME!! My question is: where are all the ‘interesting’ men??!! The ones who are capable of having a conversation that doesn’t start with ‘so what are you wearing’?!! PLEASE, hearing this line is soul destroying!! ARE men actually interested in women beyond tits and ass??!! Yes, I’m disillusioned. Yes, I’m very cynical. And yes, I’ve become quite suspicious. I can thank my interactions with the opposite sex for that!

  18. Found your blog via twitter. Wow, tell me about it. I’ve been dating for the past 5 years after being with ex wife for 10. I can relate. Dating now is not the same as it was. More power to you and good luck.

  19. wow – so glad I found your blog. While I wasn’t married for ten years, I was with my ex-husband for 10 (married for just under 3) and also find dating now SO much different than uh, when I was 20! Will be reading your posts!

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