Ivy league and dating
Dear Blues Match, I'm replying to the email not because I'm unhappy about the message in any way, but because I think I should get you to take my message off the site as I'm getting married soon to someone I met through your good offices.Hi there, The reason for cancelling my membership is that I am now in a very promising relationship with a man I met on Blues Match!
I will not be renewing my membership because the second person I met up with through BM has proved to be my perfect match. Thank you for working way above the level of my expectations!
I was lured in by the cracking profile of someone who has subsequently remarketed himself to me as a mediocre dullard. I didn't need it, however, as I had already received a Valentine from the wonderful man whom I met through Blues Match and with whom I am still head over heels in love.
We started writing in October, met in November and we have been seeing each other ever since! I just thought that you might like to know that I got engaged on Friday to the first and only person I ever met through Blues Match.
Emma was the first person I'd ever met through any kind of internet dating and she's amazing. I've decided to cancel my membership because, on my third BM date, I met someone with whom I clicked almost immediately.
If it’s not yet available in your area, you can still download it and get on the League dating app waitlist. Once you receive a new match, you have 3 weeks to give them a “yes” or “no” before the chance to connect disappears forever.
If you both say “yes”, you can start exchanging messages.
We've been seeing each other ever since, and I'd be crazy not to give her my full attention.
Thank you for playing your part in bringing us together.
By the time they finally emerge from this brainiac oasis, they tend to appreciate a bit of street zest and a great sense of humor… In truth, they are just one in a sea of Ivy League graduates, available on Bumble at a dime a dozen (If you haven’t downloaded this thing, stop whatever you’re doing and get on it! Warning: this only works for the kids who were born with silver spoons in their mouths, leaving them forever questioning whether they have any organic survival skills to rely on. Having spent most of his youth in the library, he’s probably scared of a street fight. Personally, I am riding the “I have a French Master’s and speak three languages” pony to my grave.
Intellectual conversations will inevitably come up and you will need to add in your astute two cents, particularly in front of his family and friends. ) “I don’t feel connected to the American system because I lived half of my life in Russia and Europe” sounds far more acceptable. Because, trust me, when shit hits the fan, he will throw that academic disparity in your face. Well, that’s his chill spot, so be ready to stock up on kitten heels and not in the ironic street style way.
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