Some things are easy to find (used books on the internet, tall people in crowds). But love? That’s harder. Love is the Bigfoot of your social life. It’s elusive. You might spot it from a distance, but it scares easily and bolts into the woods. Maybe it wasn’t love at all. I mean, you took a picture, but it’s out of focus and kind of looks like a grown man in a bathrobe.
Too shy for OKCupid, ego to fragile for Bang With Friends… Broke207 tries hard (with mixed results) to think of ways to meet people that don’t involve answering the question “The first thing people notice about me is…”.
Ok, in this day in age it’s inevitable that you are going to find yourself single on a Friday night, in your pajamas watching The Notebook (again!) and find yourself wondering where Mr. or Mrs. Right is. Then you’ll hear flashbacks of your best friend, mom or aunt encouraging you to join a dating site. It seems like everyone knows someone who has met online.
I love to tease my husband about the fact that he actually applied for his first credit card while we were dating, just so he could take me out. Little did he know I’m really easy….to please, that is!
Do not be mistaken, just because I have a stockpile that could feed my family for 3-4 months does not mean that I don’t enjoy the occasional fancy schmancy dinner with my husband:) BUT, now that I coupon (and am comfortable using coupons on dates..ack!) , I know that I can still enjoy a great meal and save money at the same time.
What would you do if at the end of a date (let’s assume it went well) that he/she whipped out a coupon along with the payment. What would you do? Die of embarrassment or applaud him/her for being frugal?