) BUT want to experience it with a partner in crime now. Lucky for you, a LOT of men here have legit adventurous sides to them. Men who maybe still want to stay in San Francisco (or don’t! Here’s something to consider and be grateful for: we have so many SMART and established men in SF. Another thing: a lot of the men here have or have lived such colorful lives. Where they’ve traveled, grown up, the interesting things they’ve studied and experienced. “Status” holds little value to them and it’s not their steeze to peacock all over town in an arrogant manner. Or maybe you’re a super active gal who loves being outdoors.
We have the guys who will seriously date a woman only for us to find out months later that they’re still on Bumble, The League, Hinge, whatever…
) So, like everywhere else, we got pricks, dicks, and FOOLS all over San Francisco. You know, the in our gut when the guy we are seeing/talking to/dating isn’t going to love us the way we want and deserve to be loved.
A golf ball has dimples on its surface to increase the efficiency of airflow over it and let it fly further.
Why isn't the skin of aircraft and cars similarly dimpled? Runners have long debated the difference between training on a treadmill and training on solid ground.
Men don’t want to settle down.” “It’s too hard finding a guy who hasn’t dated at least one of my friends.” “No one really ‘dates’ here.
It takes away from the fun of it all (being a sexy single woman! not to mention those kind of thoughts do absolutely positive for us.
Why do I, or any other human, get sore and cracked heels?
I understand it's less common in men than women – presumably this is down to footwear choices?
So subsequently the Last Word posed a second question.
Does any reader know why alternating blades makes each one last longer?
The cream product I use to cure it works very well, but its active ingredient appears to be urea.