Drew talks about his not-so-great date and the gay scene in Dallas.
Matchmaker, matchmaker! When I think matchmaker, I honestly think of an online dating service or a nice Jewish woman. I don't think Sarah Norton. As you saw, my blind date was deifinitely not my type. I still think it was odd that Daylon set me up with a matchmaker. I feel like the matchmaker didn't understand how important wanting a family is to me. That is a deal breaker.
Yes, I still feel like the fat, unttractive guy in Dallas. Look, I have spent almost twenty-five years fighting the fat. It has been a constant struggle. I know in school I was the last one picked because I was fat. The gay world in Dallas is very vain, although people don't like to admit it. Among the gay guys in Dallas that run in my circle, if I don't meet a certain body fat percentage and wear certain clothes, I'm not of interest to them. It's a little surprising, since we're no longer fifteen. I don't follow most trends, I don't feel the need to jump off a bridge for fashion. I was raised to be an independent person.
As for the type of guy I'm looking for, I need a guy who is health and fitness conscious. He must have a beautiful smile and eyes. He has to be a romantic. He has to have the patience to deal with me, because to be honest, I sometimes miss important cues. Also he needs to be forward with me, I hate secrets.
I'm sorry, I still think Courtney is out of line when it comes to Neill. Courtney was also out of line with her condom comment during her dinner Matt. Courtney was definitely enjoying her wine during the dinner with Neill and Tara. I'm not sure Courtney really wants to get to know Neill. Courtney can be an alpha female, and sometimes she can be so bossy and demanding that I think she pushes people away.
That's all I have for now.