The Book of Alien Dating:11
Maybe it makes more sense to date aliens, place a post somewhere on an intergalactic highway; I simply don't know how any two people contact each other over the Internet when all we have are words. Well, of course, there are audibles and signals and invitations to play chess, and buzzers to call a person to order themselves in front of the computer screen. But I long for a physical person.
Hopeless Alien: Hey, you out there. I saw your posting from the drawbridge.
Writergrll: You weren't too far away...
Hopeless Alien: Nah, I'm skimming in my saucer tonight. How are you doing?
Writergrll: I'm good. Good weekend.
Hopeless Alien: Nice to hear that. I was looking for your profile the other day up on the Moonsite, but lots of intergalactic weather kicking in and all I got was bounced
Writergrll: By the bouncer?
Hopeless Alien: He's not as big as he thinks he is.
Writergrll: FCOL. I thought you disappeared off the face or something. After I posted my picture I didn't hear from you. I thought it was something I didn't say.
Hopeless Alien. Not at all.
Writergrll: This endless chatter could go on forever.
Hopeless Alien. It does all over the universe. Now tell me...am I a real alien conversing with you now or just the reflection of someone who arrived at this particular portal from some futuristic b-movie in time?
Writergrll: I'm totally overwhelmed, but I'm feeling undeveloped.
Hopeless Alien. Not by the look of things.
Writergrll: What things?
Hopeless Alien. Your breasts.
Writergrll. You mean you aliens go for breasts?
Hopeless Alien. C'mon. You must think I'm really strange.
Writergrll: Just different. But tell me. Are you a man or what?
Hopeless Alien. Not in terms of the typical species definition.
Writergrll: Oh brother.
Hopeless Alien. Not that either.
Writergrll: It's just a form of speech.
Hopeless Alien. Now you're getting warmer.