The most memorable thing about Dashie was how it was the most casual, the most laid-back, the least intimidating.
In a world where dating has become a constant buzz, that’s something we’re all familiar with.
And with that said, it’s hard to describe what it was like for Dashie when she was a newbie.
She never had the same experience as others, but she knew what she wanted and how to get it.
In her words, she wanted to “live with someone.”
“I was pretty much a nobody,” she said.
“I had a lot of friends, but I was kind of isolated.
And then I found a couple of friends and I felt like, I could do this.”
Dashie, a first-year student at the University of Ottawa, said she was open to dating anyone, but only after the dates were over.
Dashie’s story is the latest in a series of stories that are telling of people struggling with the dating experience.
In her case, her friends were a bit more welcoming than they could be.
The first time she went out to a date, Dashie said she felt like she’d been turned into a “person” with no friends and no future in sight.
That night, she was on her way home from a night out with friends when her date suddenly interrupted her.
She didn’t want to tell him, she told him she didn’t know how to text, she didn