Published On: November 28th, 2011 by Single City Guy | 2 Comments
The holidays seem like a great chance for people to hook up. The image of a couple huddled in an office closet, being interrupted by their boss, is a yearly occurrence. During the holiday season, finding a date seems to be the hardest thing to do in the world (well that and what the hell should I buy for Sarah in this years Secret Santa. Why do I get her every damn year, and she hates all of my gifts, I think. She never wears them. Maybe they are trying to set me up with her. Do you think Sarah likes me? She keeps giving you the eye and runs the Secret Santa committee… erm… moving on here).
There’s plenty of Holiday Party hookup stories, but is it good form to rely on them to find your next date, during the holiday season? Check the poll below, and leave some comments to share your thoughts!
Published On: November 15th, 2011 by Single City Guy | 2 Comments
An interesting dating even for those in New York City, “The Art of the Date: A Gallery Walk on the LES” is a night of great art, singles, and free drinks. With art from four LES galleries: Lesley Heller Workspace, Lost Weekend NYC, Dino Eli Gallery, and Stephan Stoyanov, the evening will combine art with flirting. The event is free, and only has single male tickets, but a waiting list for women.
Published On: November 15th, 2011 by Single City Guy | 1 Comment
These ads from the Ad Council, and their new Bedsider campaign makes a very clear point, “You didn’t give up on sex, so don’t give up on birth control.” While the topic, is very much a hot button issue, the campaign makes a very valid point. Too often are we eager to talk about sex, but not eager to talk about ways to prevent unwanted pregnancies. The conversation isn’t a female only topic, we men also hold a responsibility in the matter as well!
Published On: November 14th, 2011 by Single City Guy | 3 Comments
You’ve gone on a date with someone, and it didn’t work out. The two of you have almost communication, and randomly end up in the same place with friends. In meeting her friends, you’re more into them, than you are her, and you rather go out with them, than her, are you crossing the line?
That’s the question of this weeks poll. Is it okay to ever hit, flirt, or try to date the friends of someone you’ve dated? Or are you crossing the line? Answer the poll, and share your thoughts below!
Published On: October 21st, 2011 by Single City Guy | 17 Comments
Since introduced to The Game, I’ve followed the world of the pick-up artist (PUA), even hanging out with them for a short time. As I’ve expressed many times in the past, I have a frustration with the entire PUA world and culture, mainly because it places an emphasis in the wrong places. Not to my surprise, members of the pick-up artist community don’t like me or my style (more on that in a future post). Pick-up artists have some value in the dating scene, not everything they discuss or do is pure garbage; some of what they teach, and do makes a lot of sense and is effective. I believe their current value to dating, and the dating world has passed. Pick-up artists have replaced jocks, muscle heads, and the overconfident womanizer, as the bottom rung of male. Unlike these other guys, Pick-Up Artists have only make dating harder, even for themselves.
Published On: October 19th, 2011 by Single City Guy | No Comments
I love receiving e-mails from readers, people asking for advice, those who want to have a conversation, but today, there’s a mistaken identity. Today I’ve received an impressive amount of e-mails searching for my friend, date coach, and all around great guy Paul Carrick Brunson. This deluge of messages was due to him being on Dr. Drew today (congrats man!) All the e-mails I’ve received for him, I’ve forwarded to him, but I don’t want people to feel mislead, or as if he’s not responding to their e-mails, because of this mistake. I would hate for people to be upset with him, because e-mails were sent to the wrong person. Let me be clear Single City Guy and Paul Carrick Brunson aren’t the same person!
Paul is a great guy, a wonderful coach, and you should be able to reach him personally, without a middle man. To contact Paul Carrick Brunson, use the following methods:
Published On: October 18th, 2011 by Single City Guy | No Comments
I’ve had my share of experiences with wingmen, either in the form of friends, or professionals. My experiences have led me to understanding the importance of having the right wingman by your side. The best guy in the world, could be the worse wingman for you. Finding the right guy often includes style, someone who pays attention to detail, and able to remove distractions from the equation. A good wingman is able to find which girl you’re interested in, and offer the right opportunity for you to close the deal, and get her number. You and your wingman should be playing more like a team, instead of people in a star-studded lineup.
Published On: October 17th, 2011 by Single City Guy | No Comments
I believe cock blocking is inevitable, however, there are certain rules and situations that clearly define when cock blocking is well out-of-bounds. If you’re trying to block your friend, or family member, more than likely you’re being a complete tool. You should be helping them, not trying prevent them from success! What if you block a complete stranger? Someone at the bar? What is the rule then? Are you still within a no fly zone, or is this merely the result of living in a city?
Published On: October 10th, 2011 by Single City Guy | No Comments
One of the reasons we’re enamored with sex, is because there’s a major kinky side that we all enjoy. Some of it is pretty normal (such as biting, and hair pulling) others are a bit more primal and mischievous (like leather). The topic of kinks came up lat week on Twitter, and it caused me to wonder, what are everyone’s preferred kinks? What do people truly like?
Published On: October 7th, 2011 by Single City Guy | 1 Comment
The New England Patriots may have one of the best quarterbacks in Tom Brady, several SuperBowl rings, and several impressive playoff losses (including last year to my Jets). But Patriots fans don’t have a more active dating life, over their rival Jets fans, according to Match.com’s recent infographic.