and erode away their virtues, which is one of the reasons the local newspaper's Sunday 'Styles' section is often such a font of miserable conceits exposing miserable people behaving badly well before and beyond their years. Okay, so that story about the pathetic old men hitting on pathetically young women in the Hamptons; why did we never weigh in? How could we ignore the asshole who wouldn't let his girlfriend of a year in on his share house because, at 42 fucking years old he was not ready to deprive himself of his warm weather right to get sloshed and fuck girls at his beach house? Good question. We let it pass? We let it depress us? We don't like casting stones? (Okay, not it.) We admit. Neglecting this gem was a fuckup. Please forgive us. [New York Times]
You're not alone. I read the paper late, so I was shocked when I saw this on Wednesday and realized I hadn't seen it on either Gawker or Jezebel. They should have called it "The Douche In Winter." But wasn't this covered from the other point of view on the second season of Sex & City when she finds out Chris Noth is with the prettier, less annoying Bridget Monyihan?
Which then begs the quesiton who are these 20-something women willing to hump these sad bastards? I'd think between an old douche and a young douche you'd lean towards the one with a flat stomach and all his hair and at least the hope of growing out of it.
This is why the city is great in the summer: all these fuckers are out of it.