On lonely nights I would call Mike, the first guy I ever hooked up with in college, and on his drunken nights he'd call me. When he left I hopped back into bed, only to realize that he had peed ALL OVER it! I made sure I deleted his number even before I threw my sheets away. I met this sexy girl at one of our crazy frat parties and after a few drinks we started going at it in the hallway.One night, when he knew my parents weren't home, he came knocking on my window and as usual I let him right in! We opened the first door we saw and wound up in my buddy's room. Someone even gave me a pair of pink handcuffs for Christmas.
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The next morning while headed out to breakfast the dorm office attendant, a fellow student, stopped me. Then she proceeded to warn me that Frank was seeing someone else.
I thought she was going to say the hottie had called. The hookup I'd wanted to keep secret and my heart were both blown wide open. But the dorm attendant and I have been best buddies ever since.
With her male friends either married, engaged or gay, she has braced herself to settling for whatever comes, said Min, a 34-year-old from Taguig who works as an administrator.
“In these times, it’s hard to be choosy,” she said.
I showed up wearing a trench coat and nothing underneath, but when I opened the door, I scared him to death! So there was no way I was going to bring the hottie— let's call him Frank—I met one night at a club to my room.
Instead, we drove to a secluded spot outside of town and had sex until dawn. She explained that Frank had told his friend, whom she was dating, sorta.
Just to make sure one pans out, one single explained.
In these more enlightened times, single men think nothing of aggressively trawling the net for female partners, while transgenders are as bold about putting themselves out there, the Inquirer found out. “The smarter the woman gets, the more difficult it is to find the perfect man,” rued one single in her 30s.
“When he saw me, the first thing he said was, ‘You don’t look 5’5”.