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Online Dating: The Male Demographic

My extensive online-dating research (i.e. my continual failure to find anyone with boyfriend-potential online) has lead me to reach some interesting conclusions regarding the type of men that you will be most likely to find on these sites. Let’s break it down, shall we? The “Psych!”: As in, “based on my pictures you thought I was […]

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The Asshole Awards

Today’s goal was to write a post about the horrors of online dating. However, when I signed into my free online dating account and started trolling through some of my suggested matches, inspiration took me in another direction and I decided to let the assholes speak for themselves. I have decided to simply cut and paste […]

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How to Ace Foreign Affairs (Cliff’s Notes Version)

I think it’s time to face the cold, hard truth: men with accents are like crack to American girls. Sign me up for some serious detox time because ladies, I’m addicted. They make everything seem better than it actually is and you just can’t seem to get enough of them. They make things that would […]

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You can Keep your Roses: Why I Would Never Compete on ‘The Bachelor’

While it may be entertaining to watch twenty-something scantily clad women with questionable morals and motivations battle it out royale-style in an attempt to win the heart of the thirty-something-year-old single man that ABC has deemed to be desirable to the masses, that is the extent of this show’s value. For those of you who […]

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Marriage is a Luxury and Weddings are a Waste

I’m at that age where all of my former sorority sisters are getting married. This means that every time I log-in to Facebook I am bombarded with an unreasonable amount of wedding-related status updates. It is a very surreal experience seeing the girl that got Eifel-Towered at Theta Chi talk about how it’s only “79 […]

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