Dating who calls who
I started to reflect on my pre-marital dating days, which date back to 1999 and earlier. I can remember times when I'd get home from work and check my home answering machine (there wasn't even voice mail in the earlier years! He had to think on the spot and answer questions in an open, honest way.), so excited to find out if my new man had left a message. A lot of divorced people have kids, so who is going to sit and talk to their new guy on the phone? But I have to say, part of me misses those long, meaningless conversations late at night, both sitting there not having anything to say but not wanting to get off the phone. In a real conversation, one that doesn't involve emoticons, like smiley faces, hearts and tear drops, and chat acronyms like LOL, 2NTE, H&K, or KOTL (kiss on the lips), men and women are so much more authentic.Plus, it's nice to have written things saved if it's a text that means something to you.You can look at the text when you are feeling down and it could bring you a smile and warm your heart.I dated Will for about four months, and during that time, I don't think we ever spoke on the phone. Every date was arranged via text, and when he just wanted to reach out to say hi, see how my day was, or say something really cute, he would send one, causing my knees to buckle and my heart to pound furiously. At least now, if you meet a guy and he doesn't call you, you know right away because you have your cell phone attached to your body at all times!When Will wanted to tell me something longer in nature, perhaps a funny story or a date suggestion, his message was sent to me in an email (with links to potential restaurants and other date places.) I guess that's how his generation does things in the dating arena. The other thing was, if you were dating a guy, he would call you every night and the two of you would spend hours on the phone, just getting to know each other and never wanting to hang up. You really got a feel for the guy, and he didn't have time to think of a clever response via text.In order to give the people what they want, you will need to give the audition judges what they want first. Let the emotions that you are feeling run free and to their fullest extent.While auditioning, the first tip to remember is to always be yourself. This next suggestion isn’t so much a tip as it is a trait that would be beneficial to you for reality television. Anything that makes you more unique and shocking to the audience will definitely help your cause.
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