Here's the scenario: You meet a really cute guy who's traveling on business.He has a boyfriend, and they live together, but they: a) Have an "arrangement," really!! Tell him to call you when the real estate has been divided up and he's actually single. If you are rude, imperious, have nothing interesting to say, and practice questionable hygiene, no one cares how big your tiara is, or whether you own Scotland. If you aren't interested, "Just Say No." But do it nicely.The only problem is, everyone wants to be Jennifer and no one wants to be Jonathan.The "But My Wife Doesn't Understand Me Like You Do" Rule.
All of these options are self destructive and can only lead to heartbreak. Are we incapable of deciphering the right and wrong path to take when it comes to the matters of the heart?
He is never boring, never bored, and doesn't mind if you eat everything in sight and acquire heinous love handles.
He shares all his worldly goods 50-50 with you, is incredibly thoughtful and low-maintenance and allows you to do nothing for the rest of your life but maintain your hair.
When we order our dinner, we can choose the dressing on the side, gluten free, egg whites only, hold the bread please- option from the menu.
So, when it comes all the options in the gay world of dating, why do we often forget that even have options available at all?