The Ten Horrible Men You Meet in Sacramento Bars | Life
By Rachel Smith (with some help from Laura Braden, Julia Tanghetti and Jamie Romas)
Searching for a man to spend your life with is like trying to fit into your prom dress for your 30th birthday bash: painful and depressing.
How the GOTG editors found more than one employed, single man for the SMEB competition is a feat this state-school-brain will never fully understand. Certainly there are good men out there, as evidenced by all of the newly engaged couples on my Facebook wall each day, but in my experience all the men I encounter are either married or gay. None of whom do me any good when planning a future filled with couples’ dinners and children’s birthday parties at Safetyville.