Unless T-Hanks was going to IM me and tell me about his love for freshly sharpened pencils, I was not game. The city’s notoriously soul-crushing dating scene, combined with a few more years of wisdom, and a few more painful and unsuccessful conversations with dudes at bars convinced me to give online dating a go.
Plus, I’m a millennial and interacting with people on the Internet in some way, shape, or form is a daily occurrence, so the antiquated taboo wore off quickly.
What happens when your daughter/sister and granddaughter/niece style you?
My mom (Marcia, 5’9.5″) and I (5’11”) found out just what happens when we took the Long Tall Sally #Style Has No Rules challenge.
There was a time I was totally against downloading a dating app.
Despite You’ve Got Mail being one of my favorite movies of all time, the thought of meeting my potential S. online felt unnatural, uncomfortable, and a little scary.
It’s quite a lovely game, and the only dating Sim I would recommend to friends.
Even though we feel like we have to compare ourselves to other women, the thing is you will be good enough for the right man.
Notes that I took while playing:~ LGBTQ inclusive, you can choose pronouns and there are currently 5 date-able characters.
(Two use she/her, two use he/him, and one uses they/them) ~None of the characters are bland, they all have strengths and weaknesses.
Facebook, as you might expect, is not amused."Scraping people's information violates our terms," said Barry Schnitt, Facebook's director of policy communications.
"We have taken, and will continue to take, aggressive legal action against organizations that violate these terms.