From The New York Post From the mid-’90s arrival of through the launch of dating apps like Tinder in the early 2010s, technology has altered the way most big-city singles look for love — and not in a good way. Elvis Presley’s classic song, “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” while cautioning that “Wise men say/only fools rush...
Some say you need to be a fool to fall in love, and maybe that’s true.
So perhaps it should come as no surprise that, in an age of stark political divisiveness and explosion of media (including...
"I remember thinking that was a weird thing to say, but assumed he had good intentions and a mildly awkward soul," she says.
Particularly, the piece included a profile of Dan Rochkind, a 40-year-old man who has given up dating "the prettiest young things."Now that he's become enlightened to the idea that people who aren't really, really, ridiculously good-looking can be interesting, Rochkind, who is described as having a "muscular build and a full head of hair," is engaged to Carly Spindel, who is described as Good job @nypost of twisting my fiancés words, making him look like an asshole (which isn't the case), and making me look beyond unattractive!
None of what he said is true #satire #fakenews #nypost A post shared by Carly Spindel (@carlyspindel1) on "Good job @nypost of twisting my fiancés words, making him look like an asshole (which isn't the case), and making me look beyond unattractive!
[Here’s how much the average single American spends on their dating life] Smartypants: No one likes being lectured by a garment.
Girl next door: You have to break your lease if it doesn’t work out.