I like sushi, cats, writing, world history, Bob's burgers, traveling, and going for long walks.n Be warned, I'm very sarcastic.
I'm an art student in Portland who just wants to do something new and interesting everyday.
So the question to the old school people is: How many dates has that gotten you in the last five years?
How many of you have gotten married from random meetings of fate? You have no problem sitting down and writing your likes and dislikes for your potential mate to see.
Let's say you met an over-educated, underemployed, thirty-something man who seemed incapable of holding down a relationship, and who was known to date up to half-a-dozen women at a time after meeting them online.
Generally speaking, meeting cool new people isn’t so hard here, but as Portland singles know well, finding a long-lasting, committed relationship is a totally different matter.
Unless something drastically changes by press time, I've been single for the entirety of my 26-year existence. I've never declared my relationship status on Facebook.
But Slater doesn't offer up much hard evidence that monogamy is actually becoming passe in this country, other than to point out that divorce rates have increased -- an oversimplification of what's happened in the past few decades.
Rather, he introduces us to Jacob, the pseudonymous thirty-something schlub I alluded to above.
I have integrity, truthful, faithful, sensitive, soft spoken, gentle, kind.