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Anyway, I agreed, pressed the “send” icon, went to sleep, woke up the next day and realised that I had committed to something that most people, including me in another life, would have declined.It did, however, go along with my recent resolve to say yes to more things.The gravity of this commitment became totally clear at around p.m.I felt some slight sense of advantage, being a relative unknown in a new city, that freed me from the bounds of propriety. Let me preface my account of this evening by saying that I won The Dating Game.I could say whatever I liked and care about the consequences even less than I usually do. Others have experienced this degree of terror and survived (usually in more actually terrifying situations like being attacked by a wild animal or being shot at). Otherwise, I’m not sure that I’d be writing about it. Or, as the rules of The Dating Game dictate, exactly one out of three of us.
If my ambition had been when I was 20 and going to art school to be an auteur filmmaker/raconteur/author/bon vivant-type, then I have definitively failed.” Commiserating laughter from the audience responding to comments of that type eventually won me the day.