Patti dating site
Even when Stanger and Aschfort worked together in the late 90’s, the matchmaking mentor doesn’t remember her protégée having any luck in the dating game.
“When Patti left me and moved to California, she wanted more than anything to get married.
I told her, “That’s going to happen the minute you check him off the list.” I told her to delete him from her phone. What do you think about our app-centric dating world? I think they’re great; I just wish there was more information, like were you divorced? I met my ex-boyfriend on Plenty of Fish, so I think the technology’s going in the right direction. I like ’em 6’2”, athletic, in their 40s or maybe early 50s, divorced—once they’ve committed they can commit again. Somebody who makes me laugh, who has a good sense of humor, and is a really good French kisser—because the art of French kissing has died on the vine.
I just think we need to clean it up and make it a little more detailed. PS: The greatest joy I’ve ever had is making a match and [the couple] falling in love and inviting me to the wedding. You can’t be corporate and lead with your resume—Linked In is not going to get you a date. PS: Financially secure, and maybe successful—I’ve never dated a successful guy. So many men don’t know how to kiss; they watch too much porn and think that’s the way we want to be made love to.
This isn’t just a basic matchmaking site where you can view some profiles and message people that you think are interesting – when you join this site you get exclusive access to tons of services designed to make sure you find the right match.
If you’re serious about signing up for this service though be prepared to pay for it – memberships start at K!