Category Archives: How is This My Match?

How is This My Match? Vol 7

I’ve been in LA for a month now, and I’ve found the city’s women to be pretty, well, normal. Sure, they talk about yoga more than most people, and yes, many do seem to be tan in a way that … Continue reading

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How is This My Match? Los Angeles Edition

As you may have heard, I’m moving to California. Los Angeles, to be exact. I know, I know, you’re upset. I understand, we’ve come a long way, you and I. But believe me, no one is taking this harder than … Continue reading

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How is This My Match? Vol 5

Friends who have been dating on Match for an extended period of time insist that, at a certain point, you run out of new people to email. You see the same faces in each search, and have the feeling with … Continue reading

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How is This My Match? Vol 4

This weekend, The Financial Times and Slate got together to praise Match for its fancy-shmancy compatibility algorithms. (Thanks to loyal reader Andrew who sent along the tip!) Read it if you wish, but the basic thrust of the piece is “I know … Continue reading

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How is This My Match? Vol. 3

Well, this seems to be catching on… When I introduced the How is This My Match? feature a few weeks ago, it was in an effort to keep things brief. The Internet is designed to be short and sweet, and my posts … Continue reading

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How is This My Match? Vol. 2

In our first installment of HITMM, we met a lovely 63 year-old woman from the Pennsylvania area that Match’s Daily 5 insisted would be my perfect mate. We’ll never know why exactly, but if I had to guess I’d say it … Continue reading

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How is This My Match? Vol.1

One of my favorite features on Match.com is The Daily 5. The D5 is a list compiled for you everyday of five profiles that you absolutely, positively must see. They are reported to be your “perfect matches,” a group selected using a “unique … Continue reading

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