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Wednesday
Oct 20,2010

Sometimes, even with all the planning and info kept on the down low, you may get caught in a Tryst. Getting out of this predicament can be a bit tricky, especially if you’re not expecting it. But even if that does happen, there are ways to get out of trouble without much collateral damage. Try out some of these lines the next time it happens to you:

Work Tryst Excuses:

We were working on a project that had to be completed in a hotel room.

I work very closely with all my clients on the Johnson account.

I was being sexual harassed, so I decided to give them a taste of their own medicine.

I’m working undercover… or at least under the covers.

Emergency Tryst Excuses:

She was unconscious and I had to give her mouth-to-mouth resuscitation… with my clothes off, as they were binding.

She told me she was dying to have sex with me, so in a way, I saved her life.

Late Night Tryst Excuses:

Oh, this mark on my collar? Bob started wearing lipstick. It really suits him.

My car broke down, and I was so thankful to the tow truck driver, I gave him a friendly tip. We now have roadside assistance for life.

It was getting late and it looked like rain. I thought it would be best for everyone if I took refuge in her bed.

Text Tryst Excuses:

I’m positive it’s the wrong number, even though the text is addressed to me.

Honey, everyone sexts – I’m just trying to keep up with the times.

This text was sent before we got together… It was just slow getting to my phone.

This phone isn’t mine – I must have picked it up at the strip club last night by accident.

In Tryst We Trust

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  • Tuesday
    Oct 12,2010

    The big day is finally here – you’re about to meet that special Tryster for the first time. A little worried about how it’s going to go? Don’t panic – we’ve put together some tips to help get you ready for your first Tryst.

    Chill Out. Going on a first Tryst can cause some pretty serious jitters. Do something that can relax you, like going to the gym to work out, running or walking, yoga or get a relaxing massage.

    Be yourself. We know, easier said than done, because you really want to impress your Tryst. Just be honest and sincere about who you are, what you want and what you are looking for. That way, both of you will be a lot clearer if you are a good match.

    Don’t Go Overboard. The number one mistake that people make on their first Tryst is trying too hard hard to impress. Choose an outfit that gives you confidence, because when you’re comfortable, you’ll be able to show your true self. Pick an outfit that makes you feel and look good. Jeans and tee shirt or sweater are usually a good bet, depending on where you are meeting up.

    Think positive. You’re supposed to be going out to have a good time. If you start worrying about what disasters could happen, they are far more likely to go down. Loosen up and focus on having fun – it will happen if you do!

    Memorize a Few Details. Before you leave, commit some basic information about him or her to memory. Brush up on their name, hobbies, and one or two interesting facts that drew you to them. Bring up a few details from their profile that you found interesting.

    Minty Fresh Breath. It may be an obvious point, but far too many people forget about it when nervousness hits. It’s best to use some mouthwash in addition to brushing to make sure you kill any bacteria that may persist and cause issues later on in the evening.

    Be punctual. Give yourself plenty of time to get to your rendezvous. Keeping your date waiting will start things off on the wrong foot.

    Plan Your Exit Strategy. If it’s the first time you’re meeting someone, you should always opt for a coffee date. But even if you have already met your date once or twice, you should set the expectation that you will need to leave at a certain time. Doing so will take away any awkwardness if you are having a poor time and want to go home.

    In Tryst we Trust

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