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It was the beginning of any modern love story: On a random Thursday afternoon, we both swiped right on Tinder. When he messaged me, he said I look like someone who has her life together, which was "refreshing." And in response to the note in my profile that says I'd prefer someone who's taller than 5'9", he told me he was 6'3". So we exchanged numbers, solidified a date for the following Friday and began to text -- every single day.His profile encompassed everything I could've ever wanted in a man: 26-years-old (good age! I was floored by how comfortable and open I felt with him in mere days. He asked how my day was and seemed to genuinely give a shit about the answer.He didn't text me that Monday morning (which is what he'd been doing, every day, for two weeks straight). I texted him in what was the first time that I'd ever initiated conversation and asked if I was going to see him soon. He said he knew we liked each other enough to the point that if we continued seeing each other, we would have officially started dating, but due to those issues he couldn't be ready for a serious romantic commitment."I don't want to sound like a cliché," he said over the phone, "but it's really not you. People often lament about how sites like Tinder are changing dating for the worse.It's me."I told him if he gets his act together, he can give me a call. They say if we have millions of options from which to choose, why would anyone take the time to establish a meaningful connection when you can just jump ship and find someone else in the blink of an eye?The place was packed, stretching back for as far as I could see and fading into a dark, faceless mob of people.The walls were creamy white with black wooden trim, and tiny flickering candles sat atop the mahogany bar to my right.And your connection can deepen even faster if, at each meet-up, he continues to surpass the expectations you'd built of him in the days leading up to the meet-up. Like any other relationship, this one taught me what I want and what I don't want in a guy.
We even friended each other on Facebook (and confessed to stalking each other, too). My friends scoffed at how I could possibly think so much of a man who I hadn't even seen in the flesh yet.People in the UK consumed three times as many chips in 2014 than in 1974 – including frozen chips bought in the supermarket – according to the Government’s National Food Survey., found that over an eight-year period, people who regularly ate fried potatoes were twice as likely to die.It's true that you can, indeed, quickly sift through Tinder dates like you're browsing books at a library.
But those two-week, seemingly blink-of-an-eye-style benders can actually be quite meaningful. I was pretty upset by this "breakup." The fact that I feel the need to put it in quotes is telling enough of how people dismiss your feelings if you didn't date someone for a significant amount of time.When the driver pulled up to our meeting location -- a bar in the East Village -- the knots in my stomach unraveled and spilled into every crevice of my body.