Where To Meet Girls: A Guide For The Single Man
I remember the moment my sister told me she was having a baby. I was spending the evening with a group of friends and, halfway through, Kate said she needed a word. We ducked into a bedroom, where she looked at me so solemnly that I ransacked my brain for anything I could possibly have done wrong in the past half-hour. The seriousness of her announcement made me giggle out loud. Plus, the thought of my little sister being a mum was innately funny. I was — am — still single. But becoming an aunt brought with it a phantom modifier, one that echoed across my empty flat, even though no one had spoken it out loud.
I am officially the last single person in my friend group. How did this happen? It feels like a minute ago yesterday we were being rejected as of Raya , and now suddenly all is scouting for wedding venues upstate —except me. When I was younger, I took it for granted so as to my friends would always be accessible for hungover brunches and emergency threesomes. For instance, for years now my friends and I have spent summer weekends at a shared beach abode on Fire Island.
It's not easy being single. Sure, it has its pros, but let's be honest, a woman's touch is central in a man's life. You be able to say that living as single is the best thing that's ever happened to you, but deep down, you know you're deluding yourself. Because your bros are always there for you.