Sunday, November 7, 2010

All Your Life You've Never Seen A Woman Taken By The Wind


Meanwhile, back at the ranch... I mean Niagara....

I'm happy to report that Daisy did not forget me at all. In fact, it took quite awhile to calm her down after I walked in the door. I wish more people would get that excited to see me. You got that? Yeah, I'm talkin' to you.

Just try not to pee on the floor.



From here, I've continued my Toronto apartment hunt. This means that people in my house can hear frustrated expletives coming out of my bedroom at random times.

Are you tired of me talking about apartment hunting? Yeah, me too.

Better hope I find one fast before I lose all my readers to boredom. Am I too late?



On a very off-topic note, I received an email from a girl who follows my blog, and all she typed was "What are you looking for in a boyfriend?".

Considering it's been awhile since I've blogged about dating or boys or relationshippy crap in general, you'd be surprised how often I get random emails and messages asking me what I want in a dude. I don't know if you're all matchmakers or you're just generally curious... but I've gotten in-depth on the subject already: Here and here.

But if you want the short version?

All I really want is to be crazy for a guy who is crazy for me.

Simple. Tell your friends and neighbours. Surely they're all dying to know.

.... bah, maybe not.

26 comments:

Mike D. said...

So Kris. What do you want in a boyfriend?

Kris said...

Predictable response, D! ;)

Anonymous said...

I don't think you have a hard time finding a guy who is crazy for you. I can only assume there are lots of them, right? I guess you just haven't been crazy about them... maybe you aren't ready for any new crazy. Just my two cents.

Can you tell me what's happening in that last picture, too?

Kris said...

It isn't that I'm not ready to be crazy for someone, I just haven't been crazy for anyone in awhile. Like I've said many times in the past few months, I refuse to settle just to keep from being alone. y'know?

And that last pic is from the little zoo in High Park. Whatever it is is licking itself so it looks like there's no head. But there is!

Anonymous said...

asexual perhaps.

Kris said...

Hmm. Me or the zoo animal?

Lisa said...

How do you feel about set ups? My best friend loves you.

Kris said...

Set ups tend to be awkward. I stay away from 'em.

Lisa said...

I think I scared him by commenting that to you. Oops! Oh well. He is a nice guy tho.

Kris said...

Nice is good!

El Botter said...

Rowr, feisty girl. We're all a little crazy, non?

Kris said...

Mostly, Yep.

- No beer and no TV make Homer something, something.

- Go crazy?

- Don't mind if I do!

There's some crazy for ya.

Anonymous said...

great album.

Kris said...

Absolutely. Even after all the hype, I'm still diggin' it a lot.

ghost said...

the third picture reminds me of my backyard growing up.

Kris said...

You were an emu? Awesome! ;)

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

I can't guarantee anyone being crazy about you, but I do know lots of crazy guys, if that helps.

5:21 poet said...

Great homer quote. Usually nostalgic references don't give me a boner. But I nearly pre came after that one.

Oh and some people are so great for themselves that partners only funk with their flow. I would like to say swag, but I don't jump on bandwagons, unless of course that wagon has a hay ride and candy apples waiting at my ready. Which sadly it never does. But I digress. Oh shit, another phrase I try to avoid and just used. But I digress again. You may be two halves to a heart. A water droplet in free fall. Perfect unto yourself. Never worry and follow your feelings. What else is there? I dunno. Just feel the gentle wind at your back and connect. Up or down, to and fro, all irrelevant. Relevant? Only experience, to or fro. Both worthy. Both welcomed.

5:21 poet

Kris said...

Dr - Ha! Thanks, but no thanks. I'm done with the mentally unstable ones. For now.

Poet - I want a hay ride and apples. Wait, are they candy apples? I feel like that's important. As for the rest... I dig it. I really do.

Masuka said...

Setups can be awkward but they also tend to have a higher success rate when they're by your friends cuz your friends tend to know you. And if the guy already loves you...

Does he pass the test?

1. Does he live at home?
2. Does he have a job that doesn't include the phrase "would you like fries with that"?
3. Is he understanding and patient? (eg. Can he deal with your considerable baggage? :P)
4. Does he like dogs?
5. Does he have a good relationship with his mother?

If yes to all the above, give 'er a whirl!

Kris said...

Masuka, if you were here.... I'd throw my considerable baggage at yer head! Boo.

Besides, I LIKE fries. ;)

Friends often want to set me up with guys that aren't my type at all. It's strange. Who people THINK I should date isn't always the kinda guy who I have the right chemistry with. Can't force this crap, ladies and gents!

Anonymous said...

Have you tried going to a real estate agent to help you find an apartment? I have some friends who have done that, with success. It doesn't even cost you anything - the people trying to rent out their condos/houses/apartments pay the agent to find a tenant.

Kris said...

Nope, haven't tried that yet. Not sure where to look for those types of agents. Better head over to my best friend, Google!

krista zee said...

Masuka -

You want the answer YES to question number 1?

Kris said...

Bahaha.... good eyes, KZ!

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