We'll find you a boy to lay and watch Netflix with you in no time! We all do it; a little click here, an unintentional "Like" there.
Being lazy and being single is a difficult place to be.
Because it's like I wouldn't mind a nice date, but I'm also not going to get out of bed and put on pants to go and look for one you know? Believe it or not, some have even found love using the app.
Is there an app that lets me order Chinese food and they send me a nice guy to hang out with for a little while too? It's the number one tool in the lazy girl's guide to dating. I know, it sounds crazy, but hey, crazier things have happened.
But if I don't like him, I can just tell him to leave and eat my food in peace in front of the TV. Foodandfriendship.com: Coming Soon) There are a couple of ways to find a date and still be the lazy, useless gal you were born to be, so don't fear. (Clare may take your pizza - but you won't let her take your man.) Finding a lad from the comfort of your own bed? Hookups are great if that’s all you’re looking for. (Taylor Swift is cool now, anything could happen) Tinder isn't the only site that can help a lazy girl out.
" (I can't stand silence) The lazy girl solution is to bring another couple along.
They’ll keep the conversation going and you just jump in when you want.
It’s entertaining, and you’re not constantly being stared at as a lad waits for you to say something mind-blowing. It’s much more relaxing for both of you to go to a cheaper restaurant and do something free or cheap in the area.
It takes far too much effort to maintain a serious conversation during the first few dates. I don't know if I could handle that, my bedroom and I have such a deep connection.) The idea is to have fun and learn a little about each other.
You don’t need to share your life story and you don’t need to hear his.
Your life story is so ridiculous so best keep that to yourself as long as you can.
It might seem like more trouble, but have you ever noticed how hard it is to come up with conversation topics on a first date? Some of my personal gems include "So what's your most traumatising memory," and "anyways how do you feel about abortion?