I think I hooked up with five different people within my first four months, and that’s not counting the occasional rendezvous with an old using buddy. Romance took me out of the rooms more times than I’d like to admit. I think dating in the rooms of AA is not unlike hooking up in prison.
There is a limited supply of broken people and we recycle each other.
area, and after years of sifting through their lengthy Date Lab applications, we know that though they are busy building their careers, traveling, maybe even raising kids, they still find time to pursue romance, whether it’s via a matchmaking site, a bold move at the office or by way of Grandma, who knows this nice young man who is “marriage material.” We know their pet peeves: matches who send creepy shirtless selfies, who seem overly focused on their date’s résumé, who equate fit with rail-thin, who can’t follow basic rules of grammar. ” — but like daters everywhere, they know when it’s there. And they’re rarely willing to give chemistry a second chance to appear, sometimes deeply disappointing the readers following along.
Ugh.) We know that their horror stories often hit the same notes: the dates who “forget” their wallets, or show up looking nothing like their photo, talk obsessively about their ex, or down a bottle of wine and vomit in the taxi. Date Labbers rarely can describe just what sparks the spark — if we had a dollar for everyone who said, “I can’t quite put my finger on it …
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