No, your date does not want to come over and "hang out."
Don't say we didn't warn you.
As fun as it is to swipe all day and all night, to really connect, it may be best to bring in the pros and leave the web for everything else.
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With over 100 dates under my belt, I recently concluded a year of online dating. Whew, it was rough.
The best dates I had in New York were almost all with men who didn't actually live here, but who left me with great memories. But because none of the men I enjoyed those experiences with lived here, it was essentially fantasy dating.
Shoshana, a 40-year-old fundraiser for right-leaning think tanks -- also open to dating across the aisle but didn't want
"Where can I find Mr. Right?" is the number one question I get -- probably because leading up to Valentine's Day, love is actually NOT in the air for a lot of fabulous singles.
Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough, impeccably researched tome, is mandatory reading for girls who've not yet grasped the "unavailable parent" part of their inability to let someone love them.