Thursday, September 13, 2007

It's not how it seems on Sex and the City

Well, my first blog. I was not a fan of blogs until I read my sister's which made me laugh so loud my boss came in and got pissed because I wasn't working-whoops! I am not half the writer my sister is, however I thought it would be fun to make a blog about being a single girl in contrast to her blog about being a wife and mother.

At the moment I am sitting at work (marketing intern) times! I cannot wait to graduate and get the hell out of this town and get a real job. My bosses are going through a divorce and at the moment are once again standing outside my office having a screaming match. I love my job.

So, being a single girl is interesting to say the least. When I say it's not how it seems on Sex and the City, I mean it. I love Sex and the City.....sadly I have every episode on dvd as well as the trivia game. On the show, the girls have fabulous jobs, fabulous friends, rent controlled apartments, and gorgeous men around every corner. Now as a senior in college the jobs are hardly fabulous, but hopefully next year that will change. I do have fabulous friends though, can't complain there. Rent, not so cheap but it's worth it to live where I live.

Men deserve a paragraph of their own. The city in which I live actually made it on the list of the 100 worst cities in America for singles. Fantastic. You would think a college town would be swarming with hot guys but noooooo. That would be too easy. Now there are a few hot guys in town, but most are arrogant pigs. The worst part is - even the not-so-hot guys aren't arrogant pigs!! It's like they think that since men are so hard to find, we girls should be content with what we get. It's not wonder I tried Eharmony in December. Yes ladies, at 21 years old I tried internet dating. Now, not tooting my own horn, just being honest, but I am pretty good looking. I may not be the hottest thing on earth but I have no trouble finding men. And I like to think of myself as a good catch, so why do I always seem to find either A. emotionally troubled men or B. cocky assholes. hmmmmmmm........interesting.

Must go for now, the bosses are threatening to fire everyone. YAY!


desperate housewife said...

Yay! Funny stuff. I shall link to you on my blog so hopefully you'll get some traffic going.

Mommy Daisy said...

Hi, I visit Sarah's blog (plus know her from church). I'll add you to my blog reader and try to stop and comment now and then. I'm a mommy blogger like Sarah is. So far, I like you blog. I think it will be great. :D Good luck.

Kelli in the Mirror said...

Hmm. So how did eHarmony work out? I'm always curious about that, just to see who it would match me with, but I have a feeling my husband wouldn't appreciate it.
I read your sister's blog too. :)

Swistle said...

Hello! I'm visiting from your sister's blog. Welcome to blogging!

RachelAnn said...

Hey everyone,

thanks for reading, hopefully you will all get some humor out of it. Eharmony was interesting, my first match ended up being a great guy who i flew and spent a week with and while i realized he just wasnt the right guy for me, we are still really close friends. he actually wants to marry me lol but thats because he's 28 and ready to settle down but im not the settling type right now. : )