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“Your intuition.” – Thea Patrick “They call only during the day and at work, but never at night. Pays with cash and never invites you to his place.” – tbelles “Always pay with cash and insist its better they call you.” – So So Deb “Don’t know where they live. Each year I think of all the events, festivals, parties, trip, etc I miss out on.And they’re not available on holidays with rendezvous out of the public eye.”-dreamgirl CEO “Not meeting his friends or only hanging out during the week because he’s busy on the weekends.” – Ms Erin T “Doesn’t take you to meet family and friends. This is partly due to the fact that I just can’t be everywhere, but also due to the fact that I don’t make it a point to get out and try new things.Also, if I was honest with myself I would like to meet a nice guy, not necessarily my future husband, but a nice guy to have some fun with.Sure this could happen spontaneously in the grocery store or at the stop light, but why not help your odds by attending an event that’s hopefully full of quality singles.Rather than getting a divorce or simply leaving, these women usually end up killing their husbands or boyfriends in ways so creative, that Jigsaw would be jealous.
Since killing is out of the question, most Atlanta women instead choose to escape for thirty minutes to an hour, by watching a show that rationalizes their homicidal ideals and bad choices in men.
The Man Hunt is the brainchild of the creators of Play Date.
The website describes the concept as Now in the past I’ve tried to avoid these kinds of events.
I’ve always associated a negative connotation to these sorts of singles gatherings (speed dating, matchmaking, etc). However, the more I thought about my assumptions, the more I realized my logic was flawed.
My thought was that they consisted of desperate women trying to find a man and men who know this and show up to take advantage. Truth is how can you expand your social circle if you don’t put yourself out there socially?But if you ever meet a woman in Atlanta (or anywhere) who utters the words “I love watching Snapped”, and “I never miss the marathon”, then it’s probably in your best interest to end all forms of communication immediately.