She wakes the next day to find Berger gone, and a POST IT note on her laptop, saying ‘I’m sorry. Don’t hate me.’ Later, in a club Carrie advises a group of strangers (in a kind of slightly psychotic way) that there IS a good way to break up with someone – by having the guts and the courtesy to say it to a woman’ s face. (In a bid not to be dateless for Charlotte’s wedding?
So take note, (no pun intended) if you are gonna ditch someone, don’t email/text/ or god forbid leave a post it note, instead call them up, or better still, have a face-to-face chat. ) Every time she mentioned being a lawyer, the men all switched off. She became a ‘stewardess.’ Immediately all the men at the multi-dating event were smitten.
Because the man declined Miranda’s invitation to come up to her apartment after the date, stating that he has an early meeting, Berger concludes, “He’s just not that into you”, adding, “When a guy’s really into you, he’s coming upstairs, meeting or no meeting.” No excuses, if he likes you, he’ll make it happen! He is everything that Charlotte shouldn’t want in a partner: bald, hairy, overweight, crude, and very sweaty. What begins as a rebound suddenly becomes much more serious. He may not be a hotshot lawyer like she’s used to dating, but he is kind, warm, and makes her laugh. The moral here is to write down that list of everything you want in a man – then tear it up!Once Charlotte is done trying to change him to suit her image of what a man should be, she accepts him for who he is, hairy back and all, and they are married. What should be your ideal mate on paper, isn’t often the case.See more in The Biggest Dating Mistake: The Check-List There are ways to tell someone that you’re just not that into them. Carrie, after a tumultuous time with writer Jack Berger, gives him another chance when he shows up at her apartment with flowers.Jo and Blair discover the joys of friendship in a Facts of Life parody.Russian former KGB agent and chorus girl Svetlana kills for the gig.How about those fabulous outfits that Carrie never could have afforded on her writer’s salary in a million years?