Though it is almost 7 years since my best friend and me “split-up”, I still miss him.
Or maybe it is the fact that I miss a best (male) friend in general. Maybe I should mention that I prefer male best friends over females, because lets face it ladies, most of us get offensive, take things personal or I don’t know what else by things we get to hear.
I am a little exception. I don’t take things and life too serious, I am easy going, speak my mind and believe that is why the opposite sex likes to hang out with me.
Recently I got asked by a runner I met a couple of month ago if we could run together as he got a bit lazy and knows that my husband and me run a lot. Or maybe he meant just my husband and just wanted to be polite not to say out loud that he doesn’t want to run with me as well. But let’s say, he meant us both.
So I got all excited, dreaming about a new best friend. Of course husband claims, there must be more to it and that I fancy him.
To get this straight:
Said runner has a girlfriend, I have a husband. So that would be a no-go!
But if I could place an ad it probably would say this:
Looking for a new best friend.
You should be:
- Between 30 and 55 years of age.
- Able to pay your own bills.
- An active sports person, preferably a runner
- Easy going and laid back attitude
You should have the same or similar interests like:
- Like to go out and socialize
- TV series and sitcoms
- Love to spend time outdoors
You should not be:
- A drunk
- A smoker
- Disrespectful/ Impolite
The look should be:
- Slim/Well built figure
- Casual laid back and original sense of style
I am not looking for any kind of romance! If you think you fulfill the requirements, send me an email with picture.
Phew, looks like quite some expansive ad.
Yeah, a new best friend would be more than nice, but if our “running-date” next week is just that, a running date and no further interpersonal connection, then so be it.
But who knows maybe with a bit luck, I get/got myself a new buddy!