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I’ve watched every single episode and I’ll re-watch them if there’s a marathon on. That gets serious and even though nobody sees it going anywhere (really? And ain’t nobody got time to waste 10 years on a man who doesn’t know a good thing when he sees one.

I went to see the first movie at midnight and dressed up for it.

In a dating space already over-saturated with "hey" and low-stakes "lol sup" messages, coming up with the right thing to say on dating apps can be hard. I gave him my number, but he ended up Face Timing me immediately... I'm someone who is always a little scared that guys are playing a prank on me.

How do you start a chilled conversation without over-thinking things? But then I remembered the guy who took Carrie's infamous "some women aren't meant to be tamed," line as an OK to segue into talking about handcuffs, and then I don't feel that bad.

How would Carrie Bradshaw's dating life have turned out if she'd had access to online dating?

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Some of her Tinder contacts were surprisingly responsive to the Sex And The City lines - such as one man who launched into a detailed reflection on monogamy as a social construct.'In a city like New York, with its infinite possibilities, has monogamy become too much to expect?

It provides Carrie with a certain amount of recognition in the city.

People who read her column occasionally describe her as their icon.

Carrie writes a weekly column called "Sex and the City" for fictional newspaper, The New York Star.

The column focuses on Carrie's sexual escapades and those of her close friends, as well as musings about the relationships between men and women, dating, and New York.