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Most of the women I'm attracted to are like me—college-educated, liberal and accustomed to the comforts of life.
I once dated a Marquis who was paralysed with horror when water began to pour through the ceiling of his dilapidated country house. He was the life and soul, could party until 4am, then get up early with no ill-effects.
Sounds lame, but one of my favorite movies happened to be on, and it raised a very interesting question I want to ask all of you. The movie was Coming to America, the Eddie Murphy classic about an African prince who moves to Queens and pretends to be a goat herder in order to find a woman loves him for the right reasons.
In between laughs, I realized that I've never dated anyone outside of my social strata, which I'd describe as middle class.
At first the whole scene made me feel a little lonely—I'm 27 years-old and have never lived with a woman (although my roommate Scruff certainly has, um, feminine tendencies).
But then I took out my earphones and realized that many of the Susie and Sammy Homemakers weren't as happy as they first appeared. I wouldn't wear that lampshade on my head after after ten kamikaze shots." I left with a bag of frames and a new-found appreciation for my independence. But that wasn't my only exciting activity this weekend—I also sat around by myself on Friday and watched TV. Who knew you could have so much fun outside of a bar?
The noise was so dreadful I had to sit in the lavatory for most of it, but the pain was compensated with the joy I got from pulling into the car park next to my friend’s swanky Lexus with blacked-out windows, in our rackety old white van with its bumper strapped on with gaffer tape.