Ranting on dating
“Charlie Motew,” the landing page reads, “An American Legend. And I’ve set up some promising dates as a result.” Charlie isn’t the only guy touting a dating resumé.
(And I’m not just talking about banging.) Let’s go on a date. A handful of others have surfaced online, ranging in levels of self-awareness, sincerity and douchebaggery.
And derpy-yet-sweet French-Canadian digital nomad and online business owner Maxime is just looking for his soulmate and travel partner—any takers?
The ubiquity of digital tools is steadily merging the personal and professional, the private and public, in all areas of our lives.
The “dating industry” is growing, with more and more dating coaches and matchmakers (like me) offering their professional services.
(Be kind of joking.) Distribute your resumé organically only when relevant, rather than publicizing it on a mass scale in an open forum.
Lorde - Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Paul Simon cover) (with Jack Antonoff) - San Francisco, Live, Outside Lands 2017, front rows. ~ Other Tidbts: Lorde: You're old bones going to be comfortable sitting on my stage?
Posing for photos with Kermit the Frog in front of La Sagrada Familia. But when the going gets tough and tech-savvy, the tough and tech-savvy, like Charlie Motew, get going. “It acts as a filter for girls who will be compatible with my sense of humor,” Charlie says.
While everyone else is going to drill into Lena's ideas of relationships, and why she will "always wear Jack's ring," according to Page Six, I have to wonder when Jack Antonoff will start leaning towards finally dating Lorde.
Now, before you get this all wrong, I am not insinuating that Lorde is a homewrecker, or that this is the reason Lena and Jack broke up, but you have to admit, when you visibly can see chemistry with two people, it's hard to ignore.