Her age reads 35 (and she’s sticking to it), and her "about me" is full of late-'90s cheese: "PR.I’m all about work, but I’m even more about play." When she does finally swipe right, it’s on a chiseled, blonde, 25-year-old aspiring DJ from Greenpoint who suggests they go to a warehouse dance party on a Tuesday night.She had a high-powered job, a husband, a baby, a dog, and an actual house with a yard. Miranda Hobbes was everything, and no one ever gave her her due. In "Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl" (season three, episode four), Carrie dates a bisexual man.
2016 dating strategy: Carrie balances her needs for lust and love with profiles on Tinder and Hinge, though she places more hope in the latter for a new romance.
Still unable to figure out how to take a selfie on her i Phone (that she First date: After struggling through some seriously emoji-heavy flirting on Hinge, Carrie agrees to go out with a 30-something freelancer from Williamsburg.
First date: Charlotte meets her date for dinner at the Soho House, where he’s a member.
He tells her she’s as beautiful as her profile picture, which makes Charlotte feel even better about her decision to hire a professional for headshots.
She calls it a lack of a sexual orientation and, direct quote, a "layover on the way to Gaytown." She says most of this to his face and all of it behind his back. Samantha dates a black man, and the plot is just …The Sex and the City screenwriters do just about everything to fetishize Chivon, a successful black music executive for whom the voracious Samantha falls hard.
She breaks up with him by leaving a party without saying good-bye. She says she "doesn’t see color; [she] only sees conquests." She tells her friends that he has a "big black cock." Samantha says she thought all hip-hop had a hard edge.
They meet at Dirty French, where they order the côte de boeuf (he gets anxious about the price, but she says it’s on her).
The two talk about what it’s like to be a writer in New York City and Carrie tries really hard to feign embarrassment when a fellow diner asks for her autograph.
We’ve all been through rough patches, but even in 2002, when banks were giving out loans left and right, Carrie couldn’t get a loan. Her first love was a brown horse named Taddy, you see, who betrayed her by throwing her during a competition.
Still, this is Sex and the City, so she ultimately buys her apartment with Charlotte’s money and her financial troubles are never mentioned again. Charlotte smiles knowingly when she thinks about how Taddy just loved to be ridden after she broke him in.
By today's standards, though, the choice seems pretty obvious: Life as a sarcastic, successful bitch — and not a frivolous, shopping-addicted woman with less than ,000 to her name — might be the more appealing aspiration.