It's full-proof: cute, slimming, an easy throw-on, and amenable to accessorizing with grace and simplicity. Every woman loves wearing it. Apparently, one man does too, enough to mention a little black dress in his Internet dating ad. Here's the ad (also reason #286 for straight, single women to remain celibate), shortened so as not to bore you.
in a suit and tie and gold Rolex*
Headline: i would love to be with a woman who is loving,caring and honest as a life partner
Ad: I am an honest heart that's looking for a stable relationship...I am not interested in games or drama. I amjust as comfortable with my hair up in old jeans as with my hair down wearing my favorite little black dress. I love to dance: All styles, disco, house, or swing. In your little black dress?I love spontaneity and being a bit impulsive. In your little black dress? I generally try to live a somewhat healthy lifestyle, exercising and some sort of jogging in your little black dress?, 3-4 days a week and eating healthy, (trust me, I love sweets and pastries, but try not to over do it). Yeah, the little black ain't so flattering after a binge fest, is it? I would also like to find a like-minded male So you're looking for a man and a woman? A threesome? How many will be wearing the little black dress?
I couldn't help but send this stud a message on Jan 27th:
Subject line: Hi, interesting ad
My email: Hi,
We have something in common: we both like to wear little black dresses.
PS If you aren't actually into wearing little black dresses, I suggest writing your own profile, rather than copying and pasting a woman's profile here.
PPS If you are into wearing little black dresses, all power to you. I wish you luck with properly accessorizing.
As of now, he has yet to read this email. I was hoping he would, to share it here. Alas, he's likely been busy shopping for a pretty dress for Superbowl Sunday.
*Please note that I take no issue with the LGBTQ community, or threesomes, or cross-dressing. To each their own little black dress. No harm done. But I do take issue a man who's such a lazy dolt that he steals a woman's personal ad to use as his own without even reading it. This little black dress dude provides yet another reason to celebrate celibacy.
PS I'm skipping Sundays in My City, because DuPont is too fair to take sides and I don't have new pictures. Go, Broncos! (That's for Bryan & Brandon, and because Denver's even prettier than Seattle).
Have a warm, safe, and peaceful new week!