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How to start an internet dating business

I offer a unique, highly personalized, one-on-one, concierge style service. Please take a few minutes to look at my site and I will be happy to talk to you should you have any questions. I prefer to set expectations low and be pleasantly surprised than than to get excited and ultimately disappointed. That I would run far and fast rather than stay and turn into the crazed nut-bag that I have proven myself to be when I liked someone. Yes, believe it or not, I have some significant walls built up around me that it would take the most patient of men to penetrate. And even at that, there are many many things that I don’t even share on here. Not that the women were so shitty, but that he didn’t see them coming from a mile a way. While not being a raging liberal, we definitely have some differing views. Do I think it might be fun to have a faceless ‘fling’? The recap of my date from last night will have to wait while I continue to overthink the offhanded comment made by my friend and proceed to write another annoyingly introspective post that isn’t in the least bit interesting or entertaining. For those of you that actually have a life and have not been with me since the beginning of this, what I hoped would be, short lived blog over the past 7 years (that honestly just hurt me to type that), here’s a quick recap of all things Grey Goose. It’s been a very long time since a handsome man sidled up next to me at a bar, or on the street and struck up a conversation.

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My friend, who is my Bumble compatriot, says ‘yeah, Grey is on the fast track’. And for many, that someone is likely to be a friend.The term "hot shot trucking" is applied to truckers who drive rigs smaller than the standard semi-truck and trailer. I don’t hang out in the frozen food section of my local grocery store waiting to shove my shopping cart into that of a handsome stranger. I look around and see all types of people from all walks of life coupled up. Now, before anyone opts to blurt out that amazingly infuriating ‘you’ll meet him when you’re not looking’, I think that is a huge load of bullshit and I think it’s a f*ing smug thing to say. My date last night asked me, after listening to me tell him about where I am in life and what my plans are for the future, ‘well, where does a man fit into all of this’ and for the life of me I couldn’t answer. I guess I always assumed that when I met the right man, things would just ‘fit’. 1 I met last night and 1 is currently annoying the hell out of me with text messages. I honestly don’t think it is or that I’m fast tracking anything. I do things that I like without the thought of ‘I hope I meet a guy doing this’. Plenty of Fish provided NYE date and several unsuitable dates. I did remember another phone based dating app called ‘Coffee Meets Bagel’ that I downloaded last weekend and which has provided me with 2 matches so far. I’m still on the fence as to whether it’s a hookup site or not. Sadly, yes, but it happens very rarely as I usually swing towards the other end of the spectrum and don’t feel a connection with most. So here are the facts: She’s on one site and has had met 1 man this year. While I don’t have one of those dreaded ‘lists’ that I expect men to meet, I DO expect to feel the slightest desire to kiss or be kissed by one of them****go about your days now ❤ So I moved to a new town.

Do I get attached MUCH too quickly to men that I don’t yet really know? And I don’t really have an answer for that these days. ****edited to add: before all the haters out there bash me for being ‘too picky’, I assure you, I’m not.

With an increasing population of singles - 86 million and counting - who are marrying later or not marrying at all, Americans are spending the majority of their lives uncoupled.

That adds up to a lot of folks looking for someone to hook up with.

’ Yeah, yeah, I know, not my best work, but honestly I’m still a weirdly nervous goober when it comes to being on Tinder. Up until junior year of high school I would cry almost daily. I sort of came into my own in college and had THE BEST TIME of my life. I honestly have no idea how many terrific, or not so terrific, men I could have gotten to know if I’d only paid attention.

I decided to tell everyone that made fun of me in the past to, quite literally, fuck off.

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