The first kiss my boyfriend and I shared as friends-who-now-know-they-like-each-other was nothing short of terrifying. I pulled him into what I thought would be a sweeping, spark-filled smooch and he just stood there, hardly moving. The rest of the date was even more catastrophic. We nervously drank too much and watched Sweet Home Alabama on his bed without looking at each other. I was convinced we had no chemistry and that I ruined a perfectly-great friendship.
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Is there such a thing as a "type"? I asked nine relationship experts to talk about dating your type , and though they all had different takes, it seems as though type-based dating is a bad idea, especially if you have been unlucky in love in the past. First off, if you're dating one particular type over and over and things aren't going well, it might be because you've fallen into a type trap. As Vivica A. And how refreshing and down-to-earth it is to hear such a high-profile, classy act come clean about her own dating trials and tribulations. They all had a lot to say about dating within or without type specifications , and they all had different opinions about the whole thing. Here are nine different takes on dating your type , including reasons you should consider dating outside your usual box.
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Last summer when I got married I wore a white lace dress, donned a flower crown, and held a bouquet. I was the picture of a traditional bride — but for my half-sleeve tattoo, and my provocative history. Before my husband and I met, I worked on and off as a stripper through college, and then as a call girl on Craigslist for a brief stint when I was in grad school.
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