Exhausted after my ordeal with Mr. Hustle, I became disheartened and disappointed in not finding someone who was real, normal, trustworthy and compatible. Was it at all possible? I remained optimistic and returned to the digital mindset of todays world. Opening up my Mac laptop I would begin my search again.
The next profile made me smile;
“Life can be easy, especially when you are in a little black dress.” He was 50 years old, divorced, two children.
I continued to read because I LOVED my little black dresses.
“Love my ex-wife. Don’t regret any of it. Okay here is the meat and potatoes of my profile:
What I’m really looking for is a drama queen, someone who needs constant attention, complains I never leave them alone. Someone who is never satisfied with life. Someone who looks terrible in a little black dress and just as bad in t-shirt and jeans. You must hate to go out for a night on the town and really hate staying at home snuggling on the couch. Oh and yes, kids and family are not important to you at all. Must have loads and loads of baggage. I will allow three checked bags and two carry-ons. Sound good? Send me an email. Scratch that whole looking bad in a little black dress thing. I’m a guy and really like the way a woman wears a little black dress, or whatever color dress… or nothing at all. Are we clear on that?”
Yup, I was totally clear on that and up for the challenges. I winked, Not Blinked and sent a quick message.
To follow Mr. Jazz be sure to look for my new book “The New Dance Card” soon to be released. Its a follow up to my book ‘The Dance Card” Looking For Love After Divorce available on Amazon.com Barnes& Noble, Apple I tunes and kindle.
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