Lucas Werner, who stays in a homeless shelter in Spokane, Washington, ranted that he was sick of 'ageist Millennials' but that 'I won't stop until I'm dating a women born in the 1990s as of 2016 (two of Werner's many Facebook posts addressing age)Werner, who says he he hasn't had a girlfriend for five years, wrote that he goes on dating websites where he would lie about his age to try and speak to girls aged between 18 and 22, but admitted it 'will eventually catch up to you.'Werner was banned from a Spokane Starbucks after making advances towards the teenager - who is less than half his age. So I gave her a note to see if she'd be interested in dinner', the man wrote in a public Facebook post that has since gone viral. I'm tired of hearing the word "creep" as any black person or gay person is tired of hearing certain words.He then accused the girl and Starbucks of ageism, adding that he had just asked her to dinner and 'didn't even show her the Washington state age of consent link.''I was flirted with by a barista. 'I know the female Starbucks barista was of legal age to date. I have a whole webpage dedicated to age gap love', he wrote.Originally, Marty was a highly successful partner at consultancy firm Galweather Stearn, where he headed up a pod consisting of engagement manager Jeannie van der Hooven (Kristen Bell) and associates Clyde Oberholdt (Ben Schwartz) and Doug Guggenheim (Josh Lawson).He later leaves this position to head up his own firm, Kaan & Associates.It’s been one gasp-worthy twist after another in Monterey, and this Sunday finally wrapped all the drama up for “Big Little Lies” fans with the show’s finale. We won’t give you a season two because it’s so good like this. As much as I loved the series and would be all for jumping back into another season full of Reese Witherspoon bad-mouthing other moms and Laura Dern screaming by her infinity pool, Vallée does make a pretty good point for keeping it as an isolated, one-season miniseries.
Well, unfortunately for the ravenous fans, the series’ director is not too keen on making a second season. If there’s an opportunity to reunite with Reese, Nicole and these characters of course, I’ll be a part of it, but ‘Big Little Lies One’ is a one-time deal. Then again, there have been some impressive examples of TV series originally based on books that were incredible even after using up all the source material.
The main character, Marty, often breaks the fourth wall; he talks to the viewers in a freeze-frame bit in which he alone moves and the others in the background 'freeze' but continue where they left off.
Alternatively, he talks to the audience while everyone moves but the others seem oblivious to the fact that he is on a monologue.
That said, they did fail quite often when it came to dating.
Sure, their experiences are super relatable, but they're just as eff-ed up as the rest of us.
However, until you meet someone, don't only go for the guy with the best pictures or profile, sometimes someone who has a so-so profile or pictures, can be much better in person than the guy that seems like a catch.” Sources: Stef Safran, Stef and the City dating service, Chicago; Dr.