I vowed to go in with an open mind, and if I didn't come out of it with a date, I'd at least have a good story.
Fast Forward to last night: My girlfriends and I show up to Xino in Santa Monica, dressed up, and ready to make snap judgments about the eligibility of strange men.
Tyga is now defiant about his relationship with 17-year-old Kylie Jenner ...
he doesn't care about the laws prohibiting adults from having sex with minors, and the reality is ... Tyga is telling friends, as far as he's concerned Kylie is more mature than most adults.
Above all, they agonise over whether they will ever again be able to find happiness in an intimate relationship.
When it came to dating in New York as a 30-something executive in private equity, Dan Rochkind had no problem snagging the city’s most beautiful women.
He is the author of a new book, The Lonely Hearts Club (his first work of fiction at the age of 88), which is closely based on his decades of clinical experience and research into what really goes on inside relationships.
So many of my female friends of a certain age are searching for love, on the internet or elsewhere, and coming up with precisely zero. It has led me to conclude that though ever more of us are looking for true love in our later years — in fact, dating sites aimed at the over-50s are the fastest growing among all age groups — the fact is very few of us will ever find it.
She's a millionaire who runs a company and even owns her own home.
The rapper won't squarely say if he's intimate with Kylie, but it's not hard to read between the lines. Law enforcement sources tell us they won't investigate statutory rape involving a 17-year-old unless someone complains, even if the relationship is widely reported.
They all end up disappointing us, and we have had endless chats, lunches and drinks bemoaning that fact.