Dear T.O. Boys, I appreciate that you think of me, but you really don’t need to text me and tell me about it, unless there’s a deliverable, or action required. This is especially true if it’s been over 3 months since our last conversation.
Dear T.O. Boys, When you propose a hypothesis about sexual chemistry and want to test it, and I propose a series of thought experiments, instead of physical ones, it would be prudent to take the hint and move on to more fruitful prospects, instead of insisting that physical experiments generate better “quality” results.
Dear T.O. Boys, Please, don’t text me in the middle of the afternoon during a work day, unless: you are cancelling an appointment, rescheduling an appointment, or clarifying details for an appointment for the same day or the following one. I have real things to do. Entertaining you because you don’t find your work engaging enough is not one of them.
Dear T.O. Boys, So you did something we talked about doing, and thought of me after the fact, and then thought it prudent to tell me about it, since you didn’t invite me to the event we’d talked about. Am I supposed to be flattered? You may want to rethink your approach.
Dear T.O. Boys, Want know why I don’t ever reschedule the dates I cancel with you? Because you act like insufferable little children. I’m not going to lead you on, “make” you wait, and then choose work over you again. I’d much rather deal with your tantrum once, and only once.
Dear T.O. Boys, While I can be inattentive, I’m not an idiot. Changing your screen name, your preferred email address, and your profile pictures may buy you a little bit of time, but eventually you’ll let a detail slip, and I’ll remember exactly who you are, and why I declined your invitations to begin with. You may want to rethink the strategy on this one.
Dear T.O. Boys, It’s not that what you say isn’t offensive. At it’s core, it is. It doesn’t offend me because you don’t matter to me, and your words have no weight. Please make note of the difference, before you try your approach on someone else.
Dear T.O. Boys, Think this blog post it about you? You’re probably right. It is. How are you going to ensure that the next one isn’t? HINT: The correct answer does not involve impairing my blogging abilities
Dear T.O. Boys, I’m not sure what your intended impact is when you invite me to hook up after a year of not communicating, and the state that while you don’t remember what I look like, but you’re certain it’s acceptable because you don’t talk to “ugly” girls and delete their phone numbers. Did you really think I’d see it as a compliment?
Dear T.O. Boys, Did you really just ask me to schedule regular text messaging breaks into our first date? If you can’t ignore your phone for a couple of hours, I don’t think it’s worth clearing that time in my schedule for you.
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