BrunchInBoston 5 years ago on Dating Apps Aren't Dead (If You Use Them Correctly) Getting all Nev and Max also helps, try Googling the number. 2 Log in to reply or vote on comments
Getting all Nev and Max also helps, try Googling the number.
It’s an old school one but I had the most success on OkCupid. You could swipe around and if someone interests you, you could look at their whole profile not just 140 characters and 5 filtered pictures. They also have questions to fill out to see compatibility which I really liked, because it weeded out people that I was fundamentally different than. Boyfriend and I were a 90% match so at least we know it works.
If he cheats with you he’ll cheat on you.
A side chick, who became a main chick, who got cheated on
Too much for a Monday, Madoff.
Today is free queso day at Moe’s so that’s where I’ll be . Also Moe’s > Chipotle
I don’t understand why people have reunions at all anymore. Anyone I wanted to stay in touch with I have, and anyone I haven’t I’ve creeped on social media.
Waited until date four with the current boyfriend, though wanted it after date one. He said if we waited any longer, he would have thought I was using him.
Words are hard, JFC I’m a mess.
Omg sorry words are. I work/go to grad school both full time. Clearly my brain is fried.
Always down for that. I full/go to grad school both full time but in my limited free time I’m down for a PGP meetup.
Drop out guy, have you or your parents taken out loans for college? That’s a fuckton of debt to be in and not have a degree at the end of it, literally paying for nothing. Think long and hard about it.
I’d rather die alone then date a man who eats well done meat.
New England is also the most beautiful place to be in the fall so you’ll get great pictures for instagram haha
I do weekend trips to Portland, ME by myself pretty frequently. Its a cute, little, port city with a great food/beer scene, can easily be seen in a day, and is pretty cheap (granted I think everything outside of Boston is cheap because this place is hella expensive).
This exact thing happened to me in Boston my second year living here. You just have to put yourself out there and hope something sticks. I met my core group through Meetups and going back to school.
I felt this way until I was the recipient of a surprise party. I was really depressed around the time I was turning 24 and didn’t want to celebrate that year. My room mate threw me an awesome party, literally 20 of my friends barged in as I was lying on the couch on a Friday night. I was totally surprised and it was a great party.
This is very Nived.
I work part time at a residence for formerly homeless people, and there is nothing more frustrating than seeing people use my program/residents as a cheap ploy to get more likes on Instagram for the good deed they did that day by volunteering with us.
Can confirm. Just did this a week or two ago and it was a fun way to get flirty competition and turned into more drinks after.