Dating is kind of like traveling abroad: at first it’s exciting but then you start waking up in weird-smelling places, run out of money, and realize that you don’t know what the hell you’re doing. You get into a heated argument during dinner at a trendy restaurant and before the food arrives, ask for the check as discreetly as possible.
Specifically, when you’re dating women in Chicago, you’re liable to notice some common threads running through the local dating pool (same goes for men too of course). Your first date: Per her suggestion, you meet her at the bar at Nellcôte. She disagrees with you a lot, but it seems exciting. Neighborhood: Wicker Park Jo’s outfits look like they’re straight out of a magazine, probably because she’s got the kind of salary that can afford such niceties.
In the interest of making the fitness world a better place, I'm taking a stand and bringing these issues to light.
If you think of any others, add them to the comments section below!
I know I am intense in the gym, but I am there to workout, no chat or hook up.
On the other hand, after a year and 1/2 of working out next to some of these guys, it might be nice if they would meet my eyes in passing and say a polite hello. Ms Fitness, I am one man who is not afraid of women with muscle and I am the "say hi" type.
And given how long it can take for some women to set foot in the squat rack in the first place, it would be a shame for them to have to abandon their PR attempt to go running for the locker room.
(No, you can't work in while I'm gone, bro.) Consider yourself warned.
Quick question....men intimidated by women with muscles? in fact, some even go as far as to look at the floor and won't even meet my eye. id=100000396116976&ref=profile email)Quick question....men intimidated by women with muscles? in fact, some even go as far as to look at the floor and won't even meet my eye.
I know I am intense in the gym, but I am there to workout, no chat or hook up. I know I am intense in the gym, but I am there to workout, no chat or hook up.
The inevitable breakup: Jo gets a promotion and shortly after she starts asking you about your career plans. Maybe you’re just in two different places right now. She dreams of living in a home with a backyard swimming pool (it is her Jeffersonian right).