Dating a finance guy
) and had to suffer your way through his name-dropping, judgmental, sexist BS for an entire uncomfortable meal.I'd list out my favorite lines that seem the most accurate, but I'd basically just be quoting the entire video, so I think I'll just go have a 'tini instead. From pretending to be an Israeli spy to burning down an ex's parents' house, there's no shortage of press coverage when it comes to dating sociopaths in the financial industry.
I told our story and then she asked me an interesting question, "But did you live together first? Living together doesn't work, and not only that, but we also didn't have sex until we were married." Talk about a verbal shocker. She told me that she was contemplating living with her boyfriend.Furthermore, almost no one seeks out pain and heartache and yet people still manage to get ambushed all the time. But literally millions of people have witnessed or experienced the emotional and (sometimes) physical damage that sex outside of the realm of marriage creates.What do we need to know in order to avoid the pain? They get such a bad rap, but it's only because they totally deserve it. But this video, the pilot of a (potential) series called "Local Attraction" that's inspired by dating on Tinder (or Timber, as they were legally advised to call it in the video), skewers all the stereotypical things about this type of guy we've all met and instantly hated.It's a longer watch than some Internet videos, but it's totally worth it if you've ever been out with a guy like "Trent" (and they're all named Trent, aren't they?