Thanks to a general rut with *looks at hand* "casual dating," I decided to let Carrie Bradshaw run my dating life for a day.The rules were simple: I'd only talk to guys using the OG HBO queen's most iconic (or cringeworthy) lines. Much like the show's breaking of the fourth wall, there were inconsistencies.It’s aimed at time-starved professionals, who due to busy work and social lives simply don’t have the time to date.
I should have listened when she stated, “Don’t play hard to get, with a man who’s hard to get.” Instead I got burnt. And so, with that in mind, I thought I’d celebrate its birthday, by giving you 12 MUST READ dating rules that SATC bequeathed us. All photo credits (except where indicated) : PR Photos MORE ON BABBLE10 things all men do but hate to admit8 ways to tell if your man is ready for marriage20 things you should NEVER say during sex9 things I’d give up sex for— would you? It burst onto our screens, a complete breath of fresh air, towering in its heels over all its competitors.Finally we had a show that women could champion, where we called the shots and then drank them.And, yes, this is a De Vry University degree, and, no, the credits you currently have will not count if you transfer over to this school. Embrace that and quit holding out hope or, worse, getting back together with someone who is stringing you along.The point is that some New Yorkers don't give a damn about your good fortune, especially when it's photoshopped and staring them back during the morning commute. Yes, I do get that things worked out with Carrie and Big, but that's because this is TV and not real life. make rocking four-, five-, and even six-inch heels seem glamorous and fabulous. Obvs, making out with a dude who isn't your husband is bad news bears, but in the world of Samantha (Kim Cattrall) offered to babysit Brady for Miranda.