I love a classy life! And I know there was a time where this was one of the best characteristics of a person… or was there?
That’s who I am
Yes, guys, I am a classy woman. You know, that kind of person wishing for a man who wants to take you out for dinner, who wants to enjoy cocktails and talks with you about some deep thoughts. A man with whom I can enjoy a real passionate sex, because there is a deeper connection there o maybe more then that – love. I want a classy man, who likes to go to the theatre or maybe to jazz concerts.
The most sadest thing is, that these are already to high expectations. I dated a lot of different men and til now, no-one was interested in a lifestyle like that. A few came close (and I dearly think about them), but most of them ran when I talked about my favourite jazzbar or that I wanted to see the Nutcracker-Ballett. Hell, they ran when I explain I only put on my High-Heels, if I am taken out to a fancy restaurant. I’m sorry, but they are really unconfortable and I really can’t put them on for a bar-tour-night.
Nowadays it seems we only like to go to bars (mostly for beer, really few want to know about good alcohol) or to the movies for some bad action-movie without a story. We like to sit with a beer in our hands on the street. Don’t get me wrong, I really like to do that too. But, yeah, I mean it like a write it, I like to do that too, not exclusively.
What is classy?
- Cultural activities (theater, opera, academic discussions)
- Music / Concerts
- Good cocktail tasting
- Going for a walk, re-noticing ones surroundings
What do you think is classy? Comment below!
The worst thing about being a classy SINGLE woman is, that with every new guy I date, that “Oh-my-god-she’s-weird”-look reappears as soon as I comment on my hobbies. I just can’t explain it but as soon as I tell them that I like ballets and expositions they get scared. Why? Are we surrounded by classy-life-haters? Or do classy hobbies scare people away because it seems to screem “exclusive relationship”? This really would make sense..
Looking for explanations
I started to observe people in theatres and operas, even in Jazzbars. People there can mostly be described as followed:
- If alone, they are older than 35 years
- If in groups, they came with some family-members or with their partners
So, my explanation why everyone I date gets scared is: they are too young to enjoy stuff like that. They link a classy lifestyle only to a boring and unnecessary obligation to please either their families or their partners. What is your theory on this topic?
Now I wonder, should I shut up when it comes to my beloved lifestyle? Should I wait until releasing the bomb, maybe showing them step by step, that these activities are really enjoyable? My only problem is, I am to open, honest and direct…
So the only remaining alternative is to date guys older than 35 years of age. Hm. I would do that, but they remind me too much of dad and grandpa figures. And I definitely don’t have daddy-issues. I guess I am remaining single a little bit more then :D…
Now it’s your turn!
Now I ask you, are you a classy woman and if you are, how do you cope with the situation?
I’m looking forward to your comments. If you have any questions you’re very welcome to contact me.