atrociously bad as hunting grounds for love but reasonably good as
places to find beans, coffee and bananas.
For Every Juliet
- A Romeo
have great difficulty finding the right partner, or indeed any partner. They
may dream of finding their Prince Charming in the supermarket but after
countless hours of futile pleading with complete strangers reality slowly
fantasise that on a dull and dreary Monday morning, across a crowded railway
platform, their eyes will suddenly meet with those of that special someone.
And as they gaze longingly into each others souls an orchestra will play and
the other passengers will spontaneously spring into dance. The reality is
that the ‘someone special’ turns out to be a Frankenstein look-alike who’s
actually staring passionately at some geriatric down and out lying comatose
in the gutter.
fantasies quickly fade into the frightening truth - love is impossible to
find. Ego’s deflated they prepare themselves for a life bereft of love and
buy two cats and a dog to fill the void.
Despite the universal inability
of people to find love what’s irritating is that all your friends are
enjoying a fantastic sex life and even your gran is getting more sex than
you. How can you find love and transform yourself from the sad and pathetic
loser that you’ve become?
The main cause of your failure is
not knowing where Cupid lurks waiting to shoot his little arrows. You must
discover where your radiant charms and extraordinary charisma will be best
appreciated. If, for example, you are intolerably dull attend train
spotters or stamp collectors clubs - where you will be exalted for your wit
and charm. In general the secret of minimising rejection is knowing where
people who are more desperate than you hang out.
Finding someone to love you
is a simple matter of locating a person more desperate than yourself.