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Smart, charming, literate and loquacious, these potential matches pushed my bluestocking buttons faster than you can say Dewey decimal.There were writers, filmmakers, professors and autodidacts (a nice change of pace from the autoerotics you so often find over on Craigslist).This year I came home four times from college and he was in town every single time.After I went back to campus each time Mom said, ‘I never get to see you!He reiterated this statement the night before my first day of high school, and it’s a piece of advice I’ve carried with me since. I love the career I’m building and have a group of friends I trust and admire.Dinner and text conversations range from recent features in the New Yorker, to the political landscape to the etymology of favorite words like the Portuguese “saudade.”Overwhelmingly, though, my female friends and I are for the most part single.We pride ourselves on providing a safe, secure and easy-to-use environment where you can meet new people.Whether you're looking for love or companionship our smart matching system combines a personality test along with your personal search criteria to help you find that someone special. With Elite Singles you can be introduced to singles close to home.
The first scenario told male participants a woman outperformed them in either an English or math course, and then asked them to imagine the woman as a romantic partner.
There were men who spoke Mandarin, who went to flea markets, who were interested in museums and classical music and etymology.
There were men who actually wanted to play -- be still my heart! Unfortunately, many of them wanted to play with women 20 years their junior.
One of my most vivid memories is the night before my first day of kindergarten.
My dad sat me down and said it’s more important for me to be smart and nice to people than it is to be pretty or popular.