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Let's Go Out is a conversation about dating and nightlife in our notoriously chilly city, with first-hand tips from the trenches.
The online dating world is only slightly less confusing than the regular one.
By a remarkable coincidence, what people notice first about each and every one is her distinctive smile and eyes.
Accompanying photos occasionally include kids and pets and sometimes are taken in (and of) exotic lands, the point apparently being to make the rest of us depressed about the repetitive, prosaic, embarrassingly local lives we — and apparently only we — are leading.
Go ahead and call it obvious if you want, but it makes sense: if you're not getting the results you want, maybe it's not you—maybe it's your dating site.
So stop beating yourself up about why you haven't met Mr. Right already, and move on to greener digital pastures. A girlfriend of mine who lives in Manhattan—which has arguably the most brutal dating market in the country—joined Tinder after a lackluster tenure on Ok Cupid.
Most of all, it seems that every woman, regardless of age, despises the indoors.