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A Little something about me ,Am 30 years old single never married no kids DD free,am a professional graduate ,but not working in the same field,am honest not very fun guy I like out doors and intimate home times,I like movies ,cooking ,and travel. If you are interested we can start with sharing pic and see what happen Hope Ill hear from you soon email xxxxxxxx yahoo. Not very fun guy? Not only has he not realized spellcheck is free, but he has made no effort to personalize it. In no way did he mention that we have a damn thing in common. When I first read this letter… in college I was involved a lot with the foreign students.
An Open Letter to Online Dating Profiles.
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In today's edition of men having outbursts on the internet , self-proclaimed feminist online dating app Bumble has issued an open letter to a user named Connor, who threw a veritable temper tantrum when a woman boldly asked him what he does for a living. The Bumble messages, featured below, originally appeared on the blog of "The Millionaire Matchmaker" cast member David Cruz. In the string of messages, Connor accused Ashley of being an "entitled gold-digging whore," because she made the grave mistake of asking Connor what he does for a living.