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I have seen countless women tell me about how they are regularly being matched with men younger than them who are successful, good looking and supposedly looking for the same things. Here @Slate details some of the intended and unintended consequences of @Tinder. I just saw @Real Mike Wilbon on @ESPN and I just can't stop thinking about how *DEAD WRONG* he was about the @Patriots beating the @Eagles. I mean, he was absolutely certain the Birds would lose and they won a hard fought game fair and square.
Another conclusion I've drawn from my clients @matchmakers is it gives people an unrealistic expectation of who is a good fit for relationship as opposed to a good fit for a few nights. I already thought of creating an app for your phone that listens to the TV during your favorite shows or sports and will automatically change the channel for you to another preset station when a commercial comes on.
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Tough Love is gearing up for its sixth season and I have to admit, I haven’t always been the show’s biggest fan.
Instead of an Ivy League stud choosing between 12 pristine beauties, the show offers insight into problems some women face in the dating arena.
Ward coaches ’s hopelessly undateable women so they can correct their pathetic behavior and finally catch a man.Now in its second season, that women spring on their dates ― blunders that Ward says are deal breakers for men.These include saying the “m” word (marriage) early on, being too self-conscious and insecure, or having more pets than sanely possible.Find the trashiest, most mentally unstable cast members, put them in a vodka-soaked mansion in the Hollywood Hills, and let the reality TV magic unfold.VH1’s latest installment of campy brilliance, delivers on all of the infamous tearful breakdowns and steamy hook-ups, but with the mission of finding that “one true love.”The show is hosted by what VH1 promotes as the “cocky” and “brutally honest” matchmaker, Steven Ward, with guest appearances by his mother, Joann Ward.This is a scientific approach to highlight and explain stuff white people like.