This past weekend was a tumultuous one. I had to cancel my date with the 19yo because one of my brothers decided to up and move to North Carolina, giving us all less than 24 hours notice. I went to help him pack and see him off. Fortunately Nineteen was understanding when I told her the story. She offered to reschedule for next weekend, accepted my regret with a maturity that stood in stark contrast to Shorty’s current behavior – a girl who is ten years her senior.
Ever since breaking things off with Shorty, she has not stopped texting and calling and leaving sobbing voicemails. She’s worried that she was too hasty and that we rushed out of something too quickly. Sigh. This is precisely what I was trying to avoid. I’d hoped that by deliberately going balls-out crazy on our last date, she’d be so turned-off that it would negate any emotional attachment she was forming.
This is what happens, though. I am rejected by countless girls, but the ones I do get with form unhealthy bonds with me. My first girlfriend attempted suicide after I dumped her. My second girlfriend broke down crying in front of her house after I dumped her, and then she later underwent a sex change. I like to think that this is all a testament to how I’m such a wonderful guy that girls can’t bear being without me. But perhaps it’s more a matter of having a knack for attracting those who are completely unstable.
All I know is, thank God I didn’t have sex with her.
In other news, my blog continues to increase in popularity. I’m currently at 223 blog followers and have received over 30,000 total views since I’ve started this blog in January of 2013. I broke 3,000 monthly views in September, after coming really close in August. In fact, check out for yourself how my view and visitor counts have increased from month to month:
Thank you all who read and follow and comment! I never thought anybody would take any interest in this little blog of mine, so to have received this much attention is flattering. And the best is yet to come.
Coming up next: The Story of How I Met One Of My Fellow Bloggers.