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A 24-year-old woman with long curly hair in a low-cut blouse says she likes sports and chocolate.
She also admits to being a “neat freak” who once participated in a wet T-shirt contest. “She’s not your type,” my wife, says from the sofa.
Of course, I’d have had to include a photo, too, and I’d no doubt have stressed over which one to use.
I’d have written witty and clever anecdotes about myself (ones I surely would flub if I had to say them in person) and people would have seen the “real” me, instead of a stammering and self-conscious version of myself that tended to appear in bars and at parties.
Dressed in his finest hooded sweatshirt, he proclaims he likes “getting drunk and drinking.” He says the best thing a “girl” can do on a date is to be able to keep up with him as he drinks. “If that’s not a cry for help, I don’t know what is,” Anne says.
Maybe we also watch Dating on Demand because it’s fun remembering what it was like looking for a mate, while at the same time it’s a relief to know that we no longer have to.
Viewers who like what they see can initiate contact by paying for a subscription with an online site operated by speed dating service Hurry Date.
"It's a natural evolution of the online dating world," said Ken Deckinger, co-founder and chief executive officer of Hurry Date.