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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Men: Don’t Talk About Sex in Your Emails
Surely you’ve read last week’s groundbreaking post about people who discuss sex in their dating profiles. I’ve been contacted by some very important and people, and talk is we’re up for a Peabody. (Disclaimer: May not be true.) But I’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Advice, Horror Stories 6 Comments
Don’t Talk About Sex in Your Profile
“I like to sleep naked.” “I’m looking for a guy who knows how to play rough.” “My nipples are really sensitive.” “I’m not all about sex, but I can’t usually sleep unless I’ve had it.” “Tell me what turns you … Continue reading
Posted in Advice 6 Comments
How To Find the Ideal Internet Date Bar
Before I left New York, it had gotten to the point where there were many bars I simply couldn’t go in anymore. In some cases, it was court sanctioned. I’m prohibited from getting into details, but I will say that … Continue reading
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How is This My Match: Terrifying Clown Edition
When I was young, I was obsessed with Stephen King. Every time I went to the library I would scurry past the books I was supposed to read, spine-tingling page-turners like “The Boy who Solved The Mystery of The Missing … Continue reading
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