Bloopers using online dating sites

I always considered myself street smart, although my detractors would readily retort that I have no common sense. Alright, I admit that I am not up on slang. I need the urban dictionary to navigate my way through conversations with people who are more informed than I am. I am just grateful that at least I know this now. I was not always aware of my lack of awareness, which makes for embarrassing situations. For example, I was on a dating site and the person messaged me about looking for h.e.  I promptly wrote back that I was sorry but I was a female. After a bit of a delay after laughing long and hard at my expense, the person responded that h.e. stood for happy ending. It was not a reference to someone who looks like a woman but is really a man. Oh. Well, how was I supposed to know? Transgenderism is so common in Hawaii that it’s both publicly accepted by the locals and often secretly sought after by married men looking for same sex nookie on the extreme download. I was used to guys asking if I was a man or a woman after assuring me that this question was a compliment since the men were usually prettier than the women because they try harder. I learned something that day. After I used the urban dictionary to look up “happy ending” I learned even more! Lol.


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