Secular worldview on dating
Upon my arrival at the bar, I immediately regretted it. “Huh, that’s sexy,” he said, taking another sip of his beer.
The man who would be my date for the evening was already two drinks in, and he greeted me with an awkward hug. This particular gentleman didn’t turn out to be my soul mate.
For each loner they bag, the singles add more days onto their stay at the lodge, thus giving them more opportunities to pair off and avoid becoming an animal.
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Once their time expires, those who have failed at this task are transformed into an animal of their choice.
When they’re not participating in desperate communal meals or ghastly dance parties, the singles tote tranquilizer rifles into the woods surrounding the resort and hunt poncho-clad “loners” who have rejected society’s demand to find a partner.