Sunday, April 03, 2005


Who am I kidding? I won't go to any of these shows. I will continue to pine in silence, and it is quite possible (probable) that I have created workcrush into something he is most likely not. Although my coworker who was going to fix us up (and didn't follow through damn gay boys) thinks it could've potentially worked. Whatever. The reality is I'd rather be chased for a change. And stalking is just more of an effort than I can cope with these days. Also, I'm watching Love Actually which never helps this whole feeling. Really, now I have to counter with a movie about something blowing up. Dammit!


Peeved Michelle said...

Ok, I am definitely coming up there because you need to learn the art of making it impossible for the guy NOT to ask you out. I can probably count on one hand the number of times I made the first move. Mostly what I did was maneuver me and the guy into a situation in which it was very easy for him to make the first move.

Kate the Peon said...

Oh, and read 'The Rules.' I hear they help.

kimmyk said...

Maybe stalk 'em one time/day. Then like leave a note on a pair of panties-that'll make 'em come around.
I would never have the guts to do it-but...I'm sure you could do it. Good Luck!

Stephen said...

Stalking is stupid.

That implies they are deserving of your extra effort.

In fact, you both deserve equal effort or none at all.

I agree with PM - pay attention to your situation, and ensure opportunities as you want.

Speaking from my vast, laboriously researched, and exceedingly rewarding experience... they'll take an interest when there is something interesting about you.

You're pretty interesting [not in that dissecty way either].

Really??? What is compelling and interesting about knowing someone who is always at YOUR place, doing YOUR things. That's not stalking... that's mimicing ;)