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Best of collections feature a Mutel catalogue number.
Through the years, various bands have been awarded their own personalised catalogue numbers, including Yazoo, Inspiral Carpets (through the purchase of the Cow Records imprint) and Depeche Mode, arguably the most prolific of the three for the label.
Like a few weeks ago when another Tinder match I hadn’t met yet cancelled a date, promising to reschedule, and I never heard from him again, I didn’t even a shed a tear—or download one meditation app.
In another unicorn of dating experiences, the guy who ghosted me after sex wound up un-ghosting me. He’s divorced and realized that he wasn’t ready to be in a serious relationship yet, and admitted that he had his own patterns he needed to work on, like, for instance, withdrawing.
That escalated to texting every day, phone dates, and him bringing up visiting me over Valentine's Day weekend (he was in the Midwest, I'm in New York City).
This is a way to comfort myself without deciding that I hate men, and also feel compassionate for them while still being kind and gentle to myself.
Depeche Mode's singles, starting with "Leave in Silence", were issued with a Bong catalogue number.
After being ghosted and dealing with canceled dates, I found myself crying over random dudes.
Through it all, my friends were repeating the same thing, a dating mantra of sorts: "Don't take it personally." And sometimes, "You didn't even meet him.
You " The problem is, when you’re out there trying to meet someone on dating apps—and even IRL—hurtful stuff happens all the time.