@angelinha @klemay @adorable-eggplant Thanks guys! He is for sure coming out for drinks with us after next week's game so I've got some options I think. :)
@Gulf of Finland Everything else still sounds like it's going great but WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT???
So I think I have to ask out one of my rec sports teammates next week after our last game of the season because I will probably never see him again otherwise. I haven't asked a guy out in forever (and have also been rejected every single time I've made the first move). What do I do? There are a number of logistical issues--almost definitely won't be able to get him alone, he might not even hang around after the game at all, he doesn't live in my city, etc. We have access to everyone's contact info etc through the team profile--am I best off sending him an e-mail afterwards? I'd like to make this as Not Weird for him as possible.
@clara morena I am not familiar with the Arch-boy saga but I second the above advice from isabelle and think you're good to go otherwise!
@yeah-elle TEPID DUDES TO THE LEFT. Sorry, though. :(
Imagine, if you hadn't asked him out you'd probably still be pining over him and thinking he is the cat's pajamas. Instead, you are a badass with a bunch of imminent amazing food options.
@zamboni Growing up in Canada we did milk and cookies for Santa, but I guess we didn't care as much about animal welfare
Somewhere on the internet the carrots and juice/champagne were explained as something you traditionally leave out for Santa's reindeer on Christmas Eve in the UK.
IT'S MY BIRTHDAY, Y'ALL, and I am not in my 20s anymore.
Also, Chicago, I will be all up in you until Wednesday. I've been a few times, but tell me what's good!
@Rookie (not the magazine) (not that there's anything wrong with that) This article never appeared during my workday yesterday (or anything published after the Google Glass thing on the 12th). I must have been having cache problems.
@katiemcgillicuddy Hawks site/post is here. Lots of people doing good work in the comments too though.