Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Reruns


Ever flip on the telly to your favorite show only to start watching and think, This looks familiar. Hey, I think I've seen this one before. I have. This is the one where the kid gets kidnapped and it turns out the stepdad did it to extort some money from mom. Damn reruns. Click.

Well, I'm having that same feeling, only I'm not watching tv, I'm on eharmony. And I came across a really cute guy I've been matched with. Mmm. He's hot. Wait, there's something familiar about this guy. His nose. I've seen that nose before.

Now, since I've been so-called 'channel surfing' for some time now, it's not out of the question that I'd come across the same profile every once in a while. But the more I looked at this guy, the more familiar he became. I wasn't that worried about it until I thought about starting communication with him. Oh Shit! What if I've gone out with him before??

I've watched quite a few shows while writing this blog and I honestly can't remember all of them. I'll probably still contact this guy (right after I publish this post - he is hot after all), and hopefully his memory is as shotty as mine. Besides, reduce, reuse, recycle, right?

I suppose us veterans should start taking notes on this dating thing.

4 comments:

allan said...

Jack Johnson reminds me about the three R's! I remember perusing MySpace profiles when I was single and the same ones kept coming up so I know how you feel.

thenextfish said...

I usually watch the re-run regardless. Actually I'm actively recycling this week - if he's hot then why not?

Lost said...

LOL!
I have totally experienced the deju vu of online dating. Sometimes it's been a year or more and then I'm like, "hey..waiiiit a minute!"

Then I stop and think, "hrmph. Like I should talk. I'm STILL online."

LMAO!

LivitLuvit said...

I didn't know anyone when I moved here, and went on a few Craigslist dates to get to know the city a bit (can you hear the bells of justification?) After a few weeks, I totally started to see the same guys posting and emailing me over and over. Awk. Ward!