Dating joke quizes
We love to spend hours in bed together on Sunday mornings. It hasn’t always been easy, but we currently live together and it’s going O. My grandma Dottie loves him and says he’s a “good, good boy.” 24. He briefly dated another Lena, but she was black and a runner. She’s really slim and well dressed, in an all-American, J. He was immediately all over her, panting and making a fool of himself.
When I make something from scratch, he doesn’t want to eat it, but he also rejects most store-bought dinners. This is because he comes from a culture in which mothers focus every ounce of their attention on their offspring and don’t acknowledge their own need for independence as women.
He has a sensitive stomach and has to take two Dramamine before entering any moving vehicle.
Every week it’s some new health issue: urine crystals, sprained foot, beef allergy. He enjoys nature and I don’t, which would be fine except it’s important to share interests, and he also doesn’t like novellas, tag sales, or hip-hop dance. He hates our upstairs neighbor Beverly and refuses to acknowledge her in the elevator, even if she tells him that she likes his haircut. In fact, he has hair all over his body, like most males who share his background.
Jill is actually more of an acquaintance—I don’t know her well, but I really like her; she curates high-end terrariums and she’s a clog designer on the side.
He came with me to therapy once and was restless and unexpressive. When I go out of town on a business trip, he sleeps with a pair of my underwear. When I get home from the business trip, he ignores me for hours, sometimes days, forcing me to wonder whether he would be better off with a woman who has a less demanding career. The tension between them takes the form of passive-aggressive pissing matches and hostile silences. He respects my father but is intimidated by his Waspy, buttoned-up demeanor, flat cadence, and inability to express physical affection toward other men.