About datingdiva

I am a single 25-year-old woman looking to find love. I've been on a lot of dates and all of them have a unique story to tell. I've met a lot of men, but none of them have been the complete package. To quote Charlotte from Sex & The City, "I've been dating since I was eighteen! I'm exhausted! Where is he?"



Posts From datingdiva:

Dazed and Confused

I knew I looked good Saturday night. The hair. The makeup. The outfit. Everything was working for me that night. I stepped into the club completely confident that I would at least find someone of interest to dance with. One cutie immediately started doing the look-and-look-away routine as I stood by the dance floor. I made [...]


Actions speak louder than words

If a guy said, “I will call you” to me, than normal logic would conclude that he’s going to call me. When he doesn’t, it sends a series of red flags and sirens flashing bright red that this guy may not be the guy for me. He may think it boils down to not having time or “forgetting” [...]


The Friend Zone

I started dating this guy a couple months ago. We clicked at first, but as time went on we realized a romantic relationship between us was not going to work. I didn’t want to give up on this relationship entirely because I did enjoy hanging out with him, so I proposed friendship and waited for the [...]


The Wonderlic Dating Exam

For those of you who don’t know what the heck the Wonderlic Exam  is, it’s a test given to football players entering the NFL Draft every year. What does this have to do with dating? The NFL apparently takes the twelve-minute, fifty question pre daft assessment exam very seriously, so imagine the possibilities if women and [...]


Wacky Date Ideas

My mother hates it when I suggest Buffalo Wild Wings as a dinner place for a date. She claims I need to pick something classier and better suited to my lady-like personality. I think it’s the perfect place to eat because of the awesome atmosphere (televisions everywhere!) and great food (Boneless Teriyaki Buffalo Wings any [...]


Do sports make a difference?

I LOVE sports. It started in 2003 when I followed the Chicago Cubs during their playoff run. How exciting (and heartbreaking!) it was to watch a Chicago baseball team come so close to finally making it in to the World Series but ultimately fail due to a little known fan by the name of Steve Bartman. [...]


A Special Beginning

I spent many hours trying to figure out what my first post would be. Do I go the predictable holiday route or do I vent about the prominent speed bumps in my dating past? Who knew a trip to my long forgotten Myspace profile would solve all my first post dilemmas. I revisted a poem [...]