The modified quote perfectly describes her constant hunger for sex, and desire for it to be good because, well, she’s damn good, so he better be, too!If you don’t do enough to impress, chances are you’re not going to get a second invitation.Daters back then just couldn’t win, and sometimes, daters today feel much the same.
Anyone who has ever tried to change themselves for someone else can relate, too.
You know you’ve found “the one” when the person will love and accept you for the person you love and accept yourself for.
OK, so you might initially think that in this day and age where smartphones are common, as is instant messaging, this break-up reference would totally be dated. Replace Post-It note with instant message, and the statement becomes instantly relatable.
Who in today’s dating world hasn’t been broken up with via a text-based message or, worse, a social media relationship status change?
When she did, it was often blind dates, or someone setting her up with someone they thought would be a good match since she didn’t have much time to go out looking for love. ) Plus, she didn’t exactly hold men in high regard, so for her, a date was often just someone to sit next to on a Saturday night.
Any career-minded woman in this day and age with little time to date, much less find someone to date, can definitely relate.
It’s no surprise Samantha can be attributed to this comment, which perfectly sums up her views on men.
And anyone currently dating and having a hard time finding “the one” can totally relate.
Chances are they will choose to keep looking over ever settling for anything less.