ET and Monday at 1 p.m., with the second episode debuting Monday at 10 in the show’s regular timeslot.
A lot of the [featured] doctors tend to be concerned with things like how their kids are going to do in school and re-doing their kitchen …
I think he tried to speak to me at one point, but it was hard to tell through the tears and crumb dust.
Yes, self dating does occasionally open you up to random conversation bombing from the general public, but it isn’t usually accompanied by dry, heaving and faintly cheesy sobs. Take the time I ate at a Michelin star restaurant alone (I was in Paris on a work assignment and didn’t see why I should resort to a baguette, hastily crammed in my mouth on the Metro).
There’s nothing wrong with a healthy dose of self-love.
We’re so often prone to those other ‘selfs’: self deprecation, self sabotage, self doubt. After all, if you don’t want to date you – who else will?
Plus, it’s really rather nice to discover that you’re good company. That said (disclaimer) you don't have to date yourself all the time.
Just when you feel like it, or when your friends are otherwise engaged.
Unfortunately, the man next to me had exactly the same idea.
He began crying as the opening credits rolled and spent the next 106 minutes alternately sobbing and crunching on handfuls of increasingly soggy Doritos.
The sheer delight of not having to share the cheeseboard was enough to convince me that there might be something in all this solo-dining malarkey (although I wouldn't have minded somone to share the bill).
When I asked the sommelier about the dessert wines I wasn’t trying to show-off, or appear convivial to a date. There are few of us who – when a date pops to the restaurant loo – can resist a quick peek.
Okay, so on an actual date you might not pop into Topshop for a statement necklace on the way to the cinema – but that’s the beauty of going out with yourself. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?