Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:27 AM CDT
Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:21 AM CDT
Another article taken from Playboy and written by Shawn Conner. Thought it was quite interesting to know that apart from the bar that you frequent so often that all the chicks have already rejected you…. at least once already, there are alternatives!
Guys, it’s time to consider some alternatives when you’re looking for the right place to meet the future Mrs. For starters, forget nightclubs. Those are for amateurs. Women go because they know guys will hit on them, and they’re prepared for that. They’re with their girlfriends; they see you coming; they’ve heard it all. Bars are better, but you have to consider all the distractions — loud music, other guys, the fresh popcorn machine. Instead, think about other places, maybe even everyday places that would be conducive to spontaneous, friendly conversation, light interaction and possibly gentle flirtation.
Consider any romantic comedy you’ve ever seen. How many of the couples have met at a nightclub? (Yes, we remember Knocked Up, but we all know what happened there.) And who are romantic comedies aimed at? David Wygant, the dating expert who inspired the movie Hitch, points out: “Women want to be the stars of their own romantic comedy.” Translation: Women want to meet guys outside of the usual haunts.
For one thing, such encounters seem much more fateful. There’s no sense of destiny in meeting someone at a bar. For another, a novel meeting will give her something to talk about. So reconsider that girl at the supermarket, in the bank line, at the gym or in the parole board waiting room. They’re probably more open to a friendly hello and a bit of conversation than you think. And with that in mind, we’ve come up with a few places we think are a little bit out of the ordinary but possibly perfect.
Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:18 AM CDT
Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:12 AM CDT
THE BATTLE OF THE OFFICES - Sore loser Ricky Gervais creates a scene and demands Steve Carell give him the Emmy that Steve won for the US version of ‘The Office’. The serious look of Steve Carell is priceless.
FART AMBUSH - The guy didn’t even stand a chance.
PLAYGROUNDS CAN BE HAZARDOUS - Especially when you act like an idiot.
Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:09 AM CDT
Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:06 AM CDT
Posted: 01 Oct 2008 07:03 AM CDT
Two guys and a girl were sitting at a bar talking about their lives.
The first guy said, "I'm a YUPPIE. You know, Young Urban Professional."
The second guy responded, "I'm a DINK. You know, Double Income No Kids."
They then asked the woman, "What are you?"
She replied: "I'm a WIFE. You know, Wash, Iron, Fuck, Etc."
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