Monday, June 15, 2009

Jorge may have been replaced already...


... by Piper.

(While I don't know Piper in real life, you may remember that she shared a dating story with us about a month or so back.)

Anyhow, Piper would make blogmom so proud with her Cyber MacGyver stalking skills. A true virtual wingman, my friends.

Let's just say that she may have helped me find McSizzle.

(And, by "may have," I mean "99% did.")

Now I just need to figure out what to do with this information...

Stay tuned, guys!

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

You seem to live a double standard AAB. You call out the Sabotuer for cyberstalking (ultimately helping you out, after all, you could still be with the Geek, er... Greek. Yet, thips post you actually condone it. Really?

Always a Bridesmaid said...

Anon -- The saboteur cyberstalked The Greek to be a bitch/dick to me, not help my cause. Piper simply sent me a suggested place to look, but she didn't contact McSizzle herself.

I'm all about cyber stalking (isn't that why the internet was invented?!?!). What I'm NOT about is virtual cockblocks.

Piper said...

Thank you, thankyouverymuch. Can I claim the Finder's Fee if it works out? :)

Always a Bridesmaid said...

Piper -- I'd say you get 50% of the finders' fee (and the girls who made me talk to him in the first place get the other 50%).

Also -- one additional point of clarification for everyone... Piper did not (and still doesn't) know McSizzle's name. She just pointed me in the direction of where I might be able to find it.

MG said...

@ Anon-

Oh clever! wow, the psuedo-typing mistake of taking out the "r" accidentally and then correcting yourself, which obviously if you didnt intentionally mean you could have backspaced and properly spelled...Classic! you my friend, are clearly adept at internet-based humour.


I'm willing to bet AAB would have stopped seeing me after a few dates... I'm all hype, not worth it, and nearly impossible to date (because I'm immature). But yeah, the sabateour wanted to pardon my french "fuck up AAb's game" not help her find love...totally different ethos. I think the saboteaur expected me to freak and like thank her/him but really, the saboteaur was lame and AAB's always been cool with me...

as for Piper's work...this is so freakin' awesome, i'm psyched just to hear stuff like this happens.

so, what's the next step?

alexa - cleveland's a plum said...

i love love love this.

god save the internet.

MG said...

FYI, I'm disapointed more of your readers aren't commenting all "oh hell yeah" or some equivalent.

shameful!

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Always a Bridesmaid said...

Alexa -- how did people date before the internet? Thank goodness Al Gore invented it when he did. ;)

MG -- I have a feeling there will be more responses once we see what comes of the email I just sent (which sorta made me feel like I wanted to barf after I sent it).

Tricia -- hi! Glad to have you. I'll definitely check out your giveaways. Thanks!

Piper said...

You sent an email?! Yay!! Can't wait to hear what he says WHEN he writes back! (Positive thoughts) :)

Oh, and it's *supposed* to make you feel barfy.

MG said...

wait you sent an email to him??? oh man, i was gonna say have 2-3 people you know friend him on facebook such that you could "stumble" onto his profile 2-3 days later...I think some of your friends would been more than willing to help. whatever though, rock n roll.

Always a Bridesmaid said...

MG -- balls to the walls, dude. Would have been weird for anyone but me to FB friend/message him, since I was the one he spent 99% of his time talking to. Plus (as you know firsthand), I have no qualms about emailing quasi-strangers.

MG said...

and you know i can totally respect that.

my thought may have been the way to "work it" for a guy to contact a girl on 2nd thought...

Once again, i'm all kinds of psyched on this whole deal. a good "how we met" story is key.

Love and espionage :)

blogmom said...

I bought extra steaks for Sunday. . .

Teri said...

throughly loving this and can't wait to hear his response to your email...