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We settled into Sneaky Dees, a legendary Toronto bar where you can find hipsters, uni students, old time rock-and-rollers and young single professional gals like us diving into cheap drinks and grub.

This particular girlfriend of mine has been a friend since the tender age of twelve.

We’re both single and well, I suppose you could say we’re looking. I’m of the wait-and-see mindset while my girlfriend is 21-century dating. The day I begin to date online is the day that I’ve decided alright, it’s time to settle down and find a husband. That’s the stigma that online dating still has (mostly perpetuated by women like me who refuse to dip their toe.) But I know it’s a wrong one. Why do I still carry this judgment about online dating?

The onetime city banker thought swapping his London pad for Molly’s idyllic cottage would help him write his first novel—but it’s not quite working out…

What do you do when you realize the one you want is half a world away, living in bed…? You truly never know where you might meet the man of your dreams.

I think this premise sounds hilarious and just like the kind of chick lit I like.

I used to joke that I should give classes in how to write Craigslist ads looking for roommates because so many of the ones I read/received were terrible! *added* *purchased* and now to resist reading it this instant because I have a gazillion papers to write and finals to study for.

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