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I Love You, Let's Meet » Hey, I trash-pick

Hey, I trash-pick

“Your trash is someone else’s treasure” seems a little harsh, but the yenta urge is one I always encourage.

Whenever one suggests handing off a guy, the yentee’s first question is of course, “So why didn’t you want him?” But maybe another way to approach it is to look at all the great couples you know. Would you necessarily mesh with your gender-appropriate half of that couple? And if not, does that make him a bad prospect? Thank you, I rest my case.

JRetro is trumpeting this “new development” a little too excitedly: My friends and I have been forwarding each other profiles for years. Even gentiles do this.

2 Comments so far

  1. kmcleod on May 11th, 2007

    At some point in life, almost all of one’s peers are ex-somethings or other. So it’s not only kind, but conscientious for people to practice recycling.

  2. virginia on May 11th, 2007

    right on Kenneth. My new yenta uniform is going to have the ecology symbol on the front.

    Here’s a site specifically for farming out your exes/brothers/bosses, etc.