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Dating a guy but no chemistry

You want a man who wants to eat that sundae off your hot body, right? Also, I want to be excited about eating that sundae off HIM.CHEMISTRY CUE #2: Get a Good Whiff In this part, they talk about phermones: the natural body chemicals that give each and every one of us a fairly unique scent. Man, I was like a bloodhound, when it came to smelling him.) CHEMISTRY CUE #3: Picture Your Babies Here, the authors start off with a disclaimer: "Now let us be little bit happy, that's a good sign.So--in keeping with my belief that I should be guided by The Golden Rule in dating, and all things--I sent him an email Monday saying: "As much as I enjoyed our time together, I didn't feel that huge, crazy spark--for whatever lamentable and inexplicable reason. I happened to be checking out the next chapter of HOW TO LOVE LIKE A HOT CHICK-- the book that gave us those suggestions about single-person experiences every chick should have--which has been residing on my desk these past few weeks (alongside the two other books I'm reading--WAR PEACE and WATERMARK).

If you hear yourself saying things like, 'I don't know, sex with him seems like it could be kind of ...

awkward,' then you probably don't have chemistry with this guy--or at least not the kind that will blow your skirt up.

And Laura: I picked the name partly because it rhymed with Pickle, which is what I originally wanted his last name to be, mainly because the word "pickle" is in a song we were talking about.

But THAT didn't go over well at all, as you can imagine.

And I thought maybe the second time around, I might feel more turned on.

Since we were both busy that weekend, we agreed to chat Sunday or so to make another plan.

But in the days after the date, I got a few emails from Sean O'Sean, and a "thinking of you" type of text late in the day Saturday ...

and I began to get the feeling he was pretty into it.

No, for the most part, the first dates that don’t turn into second dates are all going to fall under the umbrella of “lack of chemistry.” So what’s the value of discussing it?

You seem like a great catch, though, and I wish you the best of luck in your search.” That’s not too harsh, is it? Listen, all of us have been blown off before and I’d venture to guess that 90% of the time it’s not because you did something “wrong” like cuss out the waiter or refuse to wear pants in the restaurant.

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