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However long it takes, I finally manage to overcome my phone anxiety and give her a call.

Simple, I just didn’t feel a romantic connection to you. I decide what to talk about and write a few notes down on a piece of paper, but I have trouble picking up the phone. This is especially true when calling a stranger for a date!

Saturday Mar 3, 2012 – Travel Lovers’ Speed Dating at the Red Square Vodka House Recalling that my ex told me to shave my armpits to make sure I don’t smell, I do this as preparatory work in the afternoon (more on this later). I tell her I don’t mind waiting around until she sorts out her issues, which I guess is an OK thing to say if I stop there.

Cory swings by around and we make up a good dinner of steak and veggies on the BBQ. B: I’m an engineer, I work for B: That’s nice, I’ve only lived in Canada so far, but I’d like to live somewhere else, possibly the Middle East. However, I continue and go way too empathetic, and tell her that I’m a good listener and am good at talking people through things.

Well, I like trying new things, and this is certainly new. I talk to my buddy Cory, and we decide we’ll hit up a “Travel Lovers” Speed Dating event, offered by Fastlife. As I work on setting something up for the following week, she tells me that she is struggling with some issues and isn’t bringing her best self forward at this time, so she can’t continue at that point.

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I am just hoping you can give me some feedback on anything about the speed-dating event, the email I sent you, and the couple of dates we had that jumped out at you. If you feel comfortable and are liking a girl maybe just flirt a little more. Also it’s good to know that my plan of paying for things and being assertive/taking charge of planning dates works well. And to top it all off, she sets me up with her friend Lacy. We send a few emails back and forth over the next few months, but gradually we fall out of touch. G: It’s so embarrassing, but I’ve never been to BC. Well I kind of figured this was happening, but still it’s too bad. Makes sense, and that first date certainly hurt things. G: Went to high school in Alberta, went to school here. G: I have lots of friends that are working in Saudi. *ding ding* B: Good talking to you Girl #6 B: Hi, I’m Bryan. I don’t have a great feeling about this, and it’s confirmed when she replies back saying I’m a cool guy, but she just wants to be friends. I definitely understand the romantic connection, and she also mentions to flirt a little more.We chat about our game plan, which involves some discussions of what kind of questions to ask and what to talk about. B: I got all this vacation saved up from last year. B: I’m an engineer, I work for , I grew up in BC but there’s a lot more jobs here. It’s busier than I expected, I thought it would be a smaller kind of thing. We have a bunch of stuff in the Middle East and it would be cool to work there and live there. B: Well I’ve been to Europe and Australia, which were both pretty cool, but I think I’m going to have to go with Tofino. There’s a lot of interesting places in the States to visit, people don’t think about it a lot. I have only gone out with her once, so what the hell am I thinking here??We also discuss a plan of using “voice memo” on our phones to record the conversations we have, so we can review them later. *ding ding* Girl #2 B: Hi I’m Bryan, how’s your night going? The beaches, the surfing, the West Coast Rainforests. I’m going to do a Scandinavian tour in the summer, I’ve been meaning to do that for awhile. So I am way too nice, and I think it actually comes across as a bit weird. Probably something like this: “I am sorry to hear you are having issues.

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