A man who constantly seeks the approval of his mother and clears all plans, even the ones with you included, to be with his mom, it's an obvious sign the relationship is headed nowhere fast and signals you've got a true mama's boy on your hands.The problem is most mama's boys aren't looking for a relationship and an equal life partner; they're looking for the woman to take mom's place. Well we say dated but it’s really just a fling as it was doomed from the beginning. Or can you change a player, stop him from chasing after the next woman and settle with you?Let’s find out: Main Entry: player Function: noun Etymology: possibly derived from the phrases “play him for a fool”, or “play him like a violin”.Much like Venice -- another sinking city with a tourist culture and a notable Carnival -- New Orleans is a town for lovers.But you can’t have romance if you don’t chuck yourself into the local dating scene, which is as distinctly New Orleanian as the city’s music, art, and architecture.
I wouldn’t be leveling with you if I neglected to tell you about some guys who have a dark side. They still want sex, but their need for intimacy and female companionship ends at the foot of the bed.
Membership at the New Orleans Country Club is a given.
Dating this person comes with oodles of benefits (dinners in the Rex Room at Antoine’s, luxury box seats at Saints games, the ability to get out of any traffic or parking ticket), but also a hefty amount of suspicion and possibly scorn from the family.
Stay in it long enough, and you’ll inevitably wind up going out with the Big Easy’s archetypal characters, and should you be unclear on these stereotypes, here are the ones that tend to stick out when you’re looking for love in the Crescent City: Every game, every festival, every play, every local indie screening, every parade, every show, every happy hour... The phrase “let’s just chill out this weekend at home,” is entirely alien to them.
Dating them is pretty much like dating the listing sections of both major newspapers, the alt-weekly, and every local blog combined.