I am really thankful that I am not a celebrity. Seriously, who could endure living the life in a fishbowl. You are constantly under scrutiny and when you are dating, it seems to be worse. A lot of the gossip blogs were posting rumors about Atlanta-based actor, Lance Gross and his fiancee, actress/model Eva Pigford. It seems a few people witnessed Eva angrily leaving Miami and when Lance was surrounded by, uh excited fans.
Who knows what actually happened on Superbowl weekend but it made me think of couples who go out together. A lot of my guy friends have this unspoken rule of leaving their women at home when they know there will be hot women around. Events such as Superbowl weekend, or Vegas weekends to see a fight, should be reserved for male bonding (read: no women allowed).
Do you think that taking someone you are in a relationship with to a place where you will be surrounded by “temptations” is a good idea? Would it bother you if you were out on the town someplace and you noticed a gang of people shameless flirting with your date?
What if you are dating someone who is the life of the party, and you are more low-key and laid back. How would it work out if you two have different “party” personalities?
Does the old saying, “taking sand to the beach” imply that someone is planning to hook up?
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