My V-day Guest Blog on My Right to Bitch

candyheartcancerHoly crap, VD is back. And this time, I’m not referring to the burning sensation in my nether regions.

No sir, it’s Valentine’s Day, the most shittyful time of the year if you’re single. So to commemorate the occasion, I’ve written a guest post for my good friend Adam over at My Right to Bitch. I never thought I’d find someone who likes to bitch as much as I do, then lo and behold, I discover this beautiful creature who dedicated his whole blog title to the concept. I think I’ve found my soul mate. Of course, it will never work out because we’ll always be out-bitching each other. (I shall prevail.)

Whatever. I know everyone loves to get those candy hearts on V-day, so I’ve created some new ones just for you, people of the Internet. But don’t tell the print folks. They’ll just get jealous.

Go read it here. And take care of that VD.

Note: After this posting Adam has since changed his blog title to Chowderhead. I’m pretty sure he still likes to bitch, though. In case you got confused.

17 replies

  1. I do not leave a response, however I read some of the remarks on this page My V-day Guest Blog on My Right to Bitch | Single Girl
    Blogging. I do have a couple of questions for you if it’s okay.

    Could it be only me or does it look like a few of
    these comments come across like they are left by brain dead people?

    😛 And, if you are writing at additional online social sites, I’d like to keep
    up with you. Would you post a list of every one of your public
    sites like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?

  2. I’d rather be single than have to deal with the full blown insanity most couples put up with. Thanks for humorous spin. The whole relationship debacle is nothing short of socially promoted dysfunction.

  3. Don’t you just love how the marketing machine can make us feel lousy if we don’t conform to their ideal? Hell, they don’t even conform to their ideal. Most people are miserable being single and miserable as a couple. I’ve been divorced twice and grateful to be single now. Thanks for the funny spin on the whole damn dating mess.

  4. Valentine’s Day only benefits the commercial world for making sales of things like flowers, chocoloates etc. Shouldn’t Valentine’s Day be everyday in a relationship? Isn’t an anniversary once a year enough?

  5. Recently a friend decided to help me arrange a personal life. She found a guy I liked the photos. He is 25, I’m 20. We talked to him a week in contact. It turned out that we have a lot in common. Hobbies, chat style and character. Pinned on this topic.
    Decided to meet. That is, I decided. Because he’s very passive. Feeling that he already has everything. And he does not need anything. Agreed to go to the cafe, to communicate.
    The day before the interview, I learned from a friend a few details about it. He does not drink, does not smoke, and a virgin.
    To date we just talked. He hugged me at a meeting and all. No more kinesthetic.
    After that, he wrote to me, I liked him as a person, not as a girl.
    I replied that I was very very cool, but I probably also need other people.
    We decided to be friends.
    Can I still take it to the relationship?

    • Um, I have to be honest, I’m assuming English is your second language because I have no idea what you just said or what you’re asking. And I’m not sure I can help you.

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