(It's similar to the guy that the TV show "Lie to Me" is based on, except that he reads "transient" emotions - the ones that tell you what they're thinking or feeling in a split second - and she reads the actual face - eye shape, nose, hairline, ears - all of which are supposed to reveal traits about your inner self. Wine Guy was invited and, naturally, I volunteered him to cook one of the main dishes.Here's some information I found that might explain it - but don't hold me to it.)So we threw a potluck party and invited a select group of people who might be up for having their faces read in a festive setting. I was tasked with scribbling down notes during each person's reading since it goes by in such a blur you hardly remember a thing. I recall that everyone burst out laughing and that my mom and my overly obnoxious brother Pat-hole took the opportunity (as usual) to holler their exasperated agreement. " and attempted to smile, all the while cringing inside and wondering how mortified/pissed/irritated Wine Guy might be feeling.Well ladies, time to flip the game a little and catch ‘em by surprise.
Shirin Rai Gupta is a writer by the week, impulsive baker by the weekend and forever hungry! Say you had a good time (because if you didn’t, you wouldn’t have called) and ask him out if you want to. If one more perfectly good man talks self deprecatingly because he feels that he cannot match up to the glitter that she always leaves around because she’s just SO glam, I’m going to have a seizure.
She worked with a bunch of newspapers, wrote for a couple of magazines and tried her hand at corporate sales before declaring digital marketing as the home for her creative impulses. Be specific about when you want to see him, ‘cos ‘whenever he wants’ is just never the right response.
When I think about it now - after I'm all cooled down - I really don't understand everyone's hysteria.
It's not like Wine Guy and I have been together for a decade or something.
Yes, they all know that I am ready to get married and that I've had marital mishaps in my past -- but I just don't see why everyone feels they are perfectly justified in shouting out their opinions about my personal relationship.
Especially during a moment that's supposed to reveal some insights into me - not just my relationship.
If you can work around these and find yourself still in like or love, you’re ready to take it to the next level.
It’s possible to fall for someone who likes none of the same things, hangs with different circles and doesn’t have the same idea of what’s hot. She won’t run away the day she finds her brain-twin. The more you overthink this absolutely blah detail, the more nervous dating will make you.
Next to my mom is an empty chair and next to the empty chair is a woman with a warm eyes and a stack of books to sell.
Every 5-8 minutes, someone from the circle gets up, walks across the the circle and sits down in the empty chair.
All of this so the warm-eyed woman can stare at them for a few minutes and read their face. That's what my mom wanted to do for her 70th birthday party.