Clutching her mobile phone and a shopping list in her hand, she and a friend laughed and chatted as they made their way into the store for some last-minute purchases.At one point, she got her friend giggling as she gestured wildly with her hands as they walked across the store's car park.Second, if you’re a blogger and have the kind of experience that merits titling a post “On Dating Chinese Men,” then I’d encourage you to write your own post with that very title.
David Foster, the Jerry Bruckheimer of power ballads, likes to say that he hasn’t seen the inside of an elevator in more than 30 years because he’s afraid of hearing his own music. Millennials know him as the former stepfather to Gigi and Bella Hadid and as a background player on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Years ago, Rolling Stone said I plunged the dagger into Boz Scaggs’ white suit, but I thought we did a good album together. Rolling Stone magazine also called you the master of “bombastic pop kitsch.” What was the song that cemented that? It always amazes me when people judge an entire population of people based on just one date alone.
But people do it all the time — including the author of this blog post.She misleads people by titling it “On Dating Chinese Men” — when it really ought to be called “My Bad First Date With a Chinese Man.” But here’s another thing that really troubles me.When you do a Google Search for “dating Chinese men” (with the quotation marks), her post comes up as the number one result.She titled the post “On Dating Chinese Men.” A title like that suggests that the author is bringing a great deal of experience to her topic — that perhaps she has dated a number of Chinese men, or at least dated one long enough to get a better sense of the dating culture, and she wants to tell others about that overall experience. Now, she does preface this date as her “first Chinese date,” suggesting she probably did have more than one experience.But if that is the case, then why doesn’t she write about more of her dating experiences in the post?And she bore an uncanny resemblance to her friend Victoria Beckham with her chignon and huge black sunglasses.