how to be single

"Raise your hand if you accidentally dated someone for 9 months because you could easily share appetizers."
"Pooping with the door open. You'll never know a truer form of freedom."
“Why? Because not everyone can handle fabulous.”
Someone slipped a sheet of paper into my mailbox. It looked like junk, and, in my haste, I almost threw it out.
"I'm having pizza for breakfast and there's no one here to judge me."
I sort of stumbled upon long-term singlehood. First it was a deliberate choice, and then it was just how my life unfolded naturally. Can't hurry love. And can't force it either. Here's what I learned during my 1/2 decade as a declared bachelorette in my late twenties.
Dubai is the new mecca -- pardon the pun -- of the single and fun seeking. There are communal lunches, morning markets that encourage interaction, Polo brunches and wine and cheese evenings that can't be beat.
For instance, their syntax has even reached the presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton. In a bid to appeal to a larger millennial