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I wrote the book a few years ago, and it recommends online dating, especially for women over 40. But you’ve got to be really smart about it and really vet these people. ” and they don’t really look under the hood of the car.Men don’t really get out of the house at night, but they go out during the day. “ A lot of girls complain about online dating and I said you know, that’s probably the best bet for you right now, considering that men like to date one on one; they don’t like to date in packs or groups at the bars. It used to be when I ran marketing for Great Expectations [the oldest dating service in the country] in the ‘90s that online dating was seen as desperate, and now it’s the only way, really.You can actually walk around with no makeup on and a pair of sunglasses — with lip gloss, and feel ok.You don’t have to be a size two, you can actually eat a bagel or a Jersey sub.One day out of the blue I decided to go on the website Plenty of Fish.David had just switched three hours before from over to Plenty of Fish.New Jersey women say they want a city guy, but what’s wrong with a suburban guy? All my cousins still live in the area, around Livingston, South Orange and West Orange. People are quicker, they’re faster, and they get things.All the guys in the city are metrosexual; they’re not rugged. They’re not as physically driven, they’re not jaded, and they aren’t all about looks.
The camera films as Stanger interviews potential matches and introduces them to the millionaires; the millionaires choose one candidate and organize a date, where they put Patti’s lessons into practice.has proclaimed calling yourself a feminist “the new ‘do.’” British Prime Minister David Cameron provoked a minor scandal when he declined to wear a T-shirt identifying himself as a feminist. “I’m not anti-feminist,” she told me when we met in February.“But I’m not, like, a lesbian granola-muncher from San Francisco.”Her own biography reveals a level of ambition and independence she’d likely criticize in a woman on her show.“You’re on your death bed,” Patti Stanger says, looking me in the eye across the breakfast table.“Are you going to remember your career advancements, or are you going to remember who loved you?