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I Love You, Let's Meet » yay Brian!

yay Brian!

This very depressing article from the Wall St. Journal has one bright spot — Brian! I don’t love his site enough to wear his T-shirt, but I am rooting for him to find tru luv as he bucks this idiotic system.

The shift to rewarding generic popularity is the worst thing that’s happened to online dating in the last couple years. As Sarah Schoomer, seemingly smart enough not to get all sorority-girl rushing Engage.com, admits, she found herself writing stuff just to be “provocative.” What an unwinnable, time-wasting game.

And since when do you have to write back everyone who responds to your profile? I get it when they don’t write back, I don’t need a stranger telling me what he didn’t like about my profile! Unless my picture has deadly spinach in its teeth, that I want to know.

1 Comment so far

  1. kmcleod on September 29th, 2006

    Are the orangutans online, yet? They may bring an additional touch of honesty and comfort-in-self to the scene that Brian’s pioneering in:

    “Fun, (natural) red-haired female hominid seeking male open to friendship and more. Yes, I am an endangered species, but am looking for someone who’ll call me on it when it goes to my head.
    Likes: Camping, yoga, pillow fights, ABBA.
    Dislikes: Orangs who only talk about their jobs, body lice, Mondays, electrodes…”