Not to mention the kissing ...

  • Maureen O'Connor
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  • 6 days ago
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(Daniele Seiss)

“No one should know how much hip-hop gossip I know.”

  • Neil Drumming
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  • Aug 2
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(Daniele Seiss)

His response: “It was forward, but it was good.”

  • Hanna Rosin
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  • Jul 26
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(Daniele Seiss)

In the end, there was no language barrier.

  • Rich Juzwiak
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  • Jul 19
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They agreed on only one thing: “This isn’t a type of person I’ve dated before.”

  • Vijai Nathan
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  • Jul 12
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“Whoever matched us up did a very good job.”

  • Neil Drumming
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  • Jun 28
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She wanted a man who likes classic rock. We gave her a Timberlake fan.

  • Maureen O'Connor
  • ·
  • Jun 21
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But will there be a sequel?

  • Rich Juzwiak
  • ·
  • Jun 14
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“It would have been more interesting if someone had an outburst.”

  • Michelle Cottle
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  • Jun 7
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Thank goodness for beer.

  • Vijai Nathan
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  • May 31
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They shared a love of politics and of running, and an Uber. But not much else.

  • Neil Drumming
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  • May 24
  • ·

He took detailed notes.

  • Rich Juzwiak
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  • May 17
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The conversation was the easy part of the evening. The problem was everything else.

  • Michelle Cottle
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  • May 10
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She was hoping to be matched with someone as “ridiculous” as she.

  • Vijai Nathan
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  • May 3
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He was relieved that they didn’t discuss politics.

  • Neil Drumming
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  • Apr 19
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She didn’t bargain on her being neither.

  • Rich Juzwiak
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  • Apr 12
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He said they liked the book for different reasons.

  • Michelle Cottle
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  • Apr 5
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She liked that they could speak the same language. He did not.

  • Rich Juzwiak
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  • Mar 29
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She loved that he knew about Tiny Desk concerts.

  • Vijai Nathan
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  • Mar 22
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They agreed to disagree on Star Wars couples.

  • Neil Drumming
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  • Mar 15
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