Have you heard about Netflix's new dating policy? Allegedly, if you ask someone out once and get rejected, you have to avoid the person who rejected you. Now companies like Facebook and Google are lookin' pretty chill with their policies. At least they don't require their employees to avoid each other. But a little insider's… Continue reading NETPRIX News: Ask Me Once, Shame on You
I'm going to make an effort to jot my thoughts more. I don't need every post to be a full-on production. As per my first thought-jot, here are some life updates and previews of what's to come:
I've been questioning how personal I should get with this blog. Sure, I talk about my sex and dating life, but what do you really know about me? Not much. I read somewhere that people get really into it when bloggers show their human side. Looks like it's time to get human. 😘
Most of us are familiar and finally comfortable with popular modern dating apps. You’ve probably tried out a few, and they were probably whatever. What you may not be too familiar with, however, is the secret sugar society that walks among us.
The Silicon Valley is an endless supply of well-packaged disappointments.
Boys tell you all the good shit on dates. This past week alone, I learned the sex habits of a well-known tech celebrity (You've probably heard of him.), the secret/not-so-secret drug culture within startups, bizarre ways founders source their employees, and how many women these founders/celebrities are sleeping with (Spoiler alert: It's A LOT.).