clockwatching

1/29/09

Yeah, um, are we still dating? It’s just that I haven’t heard from you in a while, and, you know, I was wondering where you were at, with things.

I mean, if you don’t want to date anymore, that’s totally cool with me. I’m not saying I wanna stop, it’s just that if you’ve changed your mind or whatever, it’d be good to know.

If I’m reading too much into this, and things are cool, TOTALLY COMPLETELY ignore this message. I know we went into this with pretty low expectations, and I’m SO not into ownership, and I know you aren’t either, so if that’s what’s up, I’m totally chill.

So, like, drop me a line when you get a chance, OK? I’m SO NOT obsessing over this, just touching base. Oh yeah, later? There’s the thing, and then that other thing, which I know are going to be pretty lame, but if there’s nothing else to do, maybe we can meet up?

Oh shit. They’re checking homework. Gotta go. bye.

-Me

0 thoughts on “clockwatching

  1. Tanya

    Oh man. I think I’m officially getting old or middle-aged. I’m becoming a bit out of touch, and I swore, when my parents gave me that blank look back in the late 80’s/early 90’s when I mentioned MTV and Tears for Fears, I swore then that I would never lose touch of what’s happening. Well, I can admit that I really don’t know what the hell Twitter is, how it works, how to DO it. I don’t have a Facebook page, I don’t recognize 39 of the Top 40 artists, etc.
    *sigh* I thought I was cool. But I’m not.

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  2. Caroline

    Gawd. That depressed me! Isn’t it nice to have, like, confidence? Or, you know, whatever. And, you know, like, you know they like you.

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  3. Salem

    Damn, I emailed that note to a VP of Business Development after my second interview. How did things work out with your note?

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  4. Ehren

    I don’t know about young people, but I feel like I’ve known 34 year-olds who have had that conversation in the past year.

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