What’s the harm in Eharmony?
She is 66, ready to retire, a sometimes tennis player, she volunteers, and is a superb cook.
As her career slowed and her free time multiplied, she decided it was time to meet a “date for life” and blithely signed up for EHarmony.
She plowed through the countless, boring pages of quirky and bizarre questions. She figured six months would be adequate time to meet a handful (or two) of great guys and have fun doing it.
She paid the big bucks, sat back and waited.
EHarmony is a funny animal… but not ha-ha funny.
You say you want to meet somebody in the Bay Area and they send you “perfect dates” from Boise, Idaho, Boring, Oregon, and Bismarck, North Dakota.
You clearly indicate you want to meet somebody within a one-hour radius of your home.
Those crazy kids in…
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