I had my first internet date. A girl who reads my blog set me up with a friend of hers who lives in Westchester.
So we met at the playground. And she was super nice. And didn’t seem like a heroin addict at all. Which is pretty much my only criteria for a friend because you know how unreliable heroin addicts can be. Plus they steal your stuff to pay for drugs.
So that’s one potential friend in my new ‘hood!
Has anyone come up with an eHarmony for Moms?
You know, so moms can meet other moms. That way I can make sure that any mom I meet also worships the New York Post, savors long walks on the beach with Bradley Cooper, considers “Ice Castles” one of the finest movies ever and detests partner exercises in yoga.
Because I don’t want to waste my time meeting gals who you know, hate candy or something.
Of course, you can’t call it eHarmony for Moms because some fancy lawyer would start throwing high brow words your way like “trademark” and “cease and desist” and “Welsh Mountain Pony.”
Well, maybe not Welsh Mountain Pony.
Isn’t eHarmony sort of an odd name for a website that caters to singles looking for love and marriage? When you think of “marriage,” is “harmony” the first thing that pops into your head?
Yeah, I didn’t think so.
When I think of “marriage,” I immediately think of love, life time commitment, soul mate, why didn’t you do the dishes?, why is the printer still broken?, I thought you were calling the plumber, didn’t we pay this bill?, can you roll over because you’re snoring, together until we’re dead, that sort of thing.
Obviously the url address for eCan You Stop Using Your iPhone While Driving was already taken.
mama bird notes:
Annmarie won the Seventh Generation Home Starter Kit (which includes a whole bunch of awesome eco-friendly, sweet smelling cleaners). Congrats Annmarie. Send your full name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.