From working late nights to attending networking events after hours, dinner dates end up getting rescheduled frequently. Not only will these spots around Dallas give you a nice break during the work day, but they'll also ensure you don’t feel like you’re in a long-distance relationship when you’re really only a couple miles apart.Located inside the Magnolia Hotel, Flying Horse Cafe is more than just coffee.
Chop House’s sister restaurant, Chop House Burger, is one of those places.
Recently, a female friend and I were browsing through profiles of Dallas men. What could I learn about them from their dating profiles?
Online dating was an unexplored universe to her, and she was curious what my potential suitors looked like. First lesson: they take terrible pictures of themselves. Photos from so far away that you’d think some dude handed his camera to a space alien.
You can’t walk home at this hour and I’m too drunk to get you back.”- Rough sex.- Love bites.- Putting up with Dallas’s reckless driving.- Being uncomfortable with the fact that Dallas carries around a gun.- “Relax babe, it ain’t loaded.”- Trying to fix him up when he’s busted up but he won’t let you.- “Will you stop that? ”- Everyone thinking that you could do so much better than Dallas.- Tim Shepard always flirting with you to get under Dally’s skin.- “I hate you, Dallas.”- “No, no you don’t.”- Him giving you a side glance whenever you get way too quiet.- Supporting him at rodeos.- Dallas not knowing what to say or do when you start crying.- “Don’t do that.”- “What?
”- You cuddling into him and him just sitting or laying there a little uncomfortably before he wraps his arm around your shoulders.- You talking too much and making him mad.- You and Dallas always making up.- Make up sex.- Dallas buying you milkshakes or cokes.- Dallas walking into your house uninvited.- “You look cute.”- “Thanks.”- Dallas threatening people close to you.- Dallas never trusting your friends.- “I just don’t like em’.”- “That’s not a reason, Dallas.”- “Don’t tell me what’s a reason and what ain’t a reason, (Y/N).
I’d noticed a baseline incompetency in men’s photos before, but it isn’t until you actually drill into the earth that you discover how much bedrock is there. Glum portraits taken at the bathroom sink with the phone still visible, which, in 2013, is a bit like having an AOL account. It is awkwardness squared to build an online dating profile.