I didn't care cuz I was chilling with my friend from England and it's fun to listen to him talk so I was entertained all night anyway. Oh, I was talking to some friends and this cute Asian chick engaged me in conversation. She was standing next to this really tall dude and she kept looking at him occasionally, so I assumed it might be her bf. But taking a cue from Beast, who has gotten me into bodylanguage, I noticed that she was facing me and her feet were pointing at me, so she was totally tuned into me. Eventually her bf went to go talk to some other dude and she started kinoing me. Because it was a good story, I'll relate it here: Her (to me and England friend): So how do you two know each other? (lol she was Mystery Methoding us ) England Friend (without missing a beat): Oh, me and Falconer go way back. His parents adopted me... Her: Really? Me: Yeah... my parents adopted him in England when he was 5, but then I eventually came to the states to live with my uncle, which is why he has the sexy accent and I don't. Her: Haha. That's so cool! England Friend: Yeah, I'm visiting Falconer for a a few weeks and then he's coming back to England to stay with his family for a few weeks. Me: (looking at my friend now) Hey, how's my parents' dog doing? England Friend: blah blah something whatever Eventually the girl is all: Her: Wait, are you guys being serious or are you joking? We eventually told her we were joking and she thought it was hilarious and kept telling us how badly we had fooled her. She even managed to tell half the other people at the party how we fooled her At any rate, I asked her how she knew the tall dude and she's like "it's my bf." I asked him how long they had been dating and he said "5 years." Every time I looked at her throughout the night, tho, she was totally eye-fucking me. But seriously, her bf was pretty cool and I'm not going to do anything to fuck up a 5 year relationship especially when the bf is there (not that I'd have the skills to, anyway). Seriously tho, every chick I met there was there with their bf. Wtf? Oh another note, I totally felt like I was in college being at this house party. I'm 26. It was weird. I didn't like it. I tend to not like environments where most groups already know most of the other people. And I dislike house parties unless a) I'm throwing them or b) I know the hosts or c) I know > 50% of the people there. None of these were the case. Whatever. I spent a lot of time watching social interactions. An HB9 spent a lot of time on a couch sitting with her B6 friend. The HB9's bitch shield aura was enough to repel everyone. At one point, the 6 went to the bathroom or something and much to my surprise, the HB9 stayed on the couch. Even tho she was a 9, she wasn't my type (blonde and too much makeup) so I didn't want to talk to her (just kidding, that's my excuse cuz I was afraid, even tho she really wasn't my type), so I decided to watch her. Some Johnny All-star Quarterback type approached her and started talking to her, and I tried to listen in but I couldn't. Anyway, they talked but she was obviously not interested but was just being polite rather being a bitch, probably due to the nature of it being a house party and not a bar environment (I would think that the boundaries for social violation at an intimate-environment house party are lower than at a bar, so you can't just be a bitch to whoever you want because they might be friends with the host), and then her 6 friend came back and rejoined them on the couch and I noticed that Johnny Quarterback was focusing all his attention on the HB9 which I know from the MM is the wrong strategy. You focus attention on the obstacle and neg the target. Whatever. He was unsuccessful but props to him for trying. Anyway, the last two times I've gone out with this friend (the same guy who I went to the hookah bar with) there have been no single girls there, so I told him I'm not going out with him anymore unless we go somewhere where there is an abundance of single women. Also, everyone felt so clicky here and maybe it's just the arrogant/anti-social vibes I seem to exude, but it's like impossible to break into well-established clicks, and therefore I hate environments where that's the case. This post is boring. Did you read the whole thing? Get back to work.