Match Dot Wrong
chronicles the dating life, so to speak, of a young woman who works in the publishing industry. It is by turns unintentionally hilarious, tragic, and forward-worthy.
If we ever met this woman, we would tell her that there is nothing wrong with being single. Lose the painful over-analysis of every interaction you have with someone of the opposite sex: they aren’t thinking about you nearly as much. And never, ever get your dating advice from a Gerard Butler movie. That’s all.
Excerpt from one of her recent posts: “In a world where homemaking ability was paramount, I would have been beating boys off with a rolling pin; I've created my own recipes for everything from chicken pot pie to lasagne, and I've perfected numerous desserts including strawberry-rhubarb pie and chocolate chip cookies; I've dabbled in knitting, sewing, needlepoint, and cross-stitch; I can do French braids and fishtails and updos with curls. Basically, I am a mommy in the wings. I can't wait to have kids, and every time I see a cute baby, I'm tempted to steal it and take it home.”
Yup. That’s your problem right there.
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