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I was in my bed with my pajamas, not doing anything else, just very engrossed in the conversation and getting giddy. I moved in with him in February, we got a house in March, and then he proposed in April.” —"I worked in a very female-dominated industry, and I wanted to break out of the rut of guys I was dating. One of my rules was to never date anybody from New Jersey because I'm a snob.By the end of that night, we agreed to meet a few days later. This English guy 'winked' at me — which is like the chicken way of reaching out to someone — but he was from Jersey! We’ve been married 11 years now." —“I don't even remember how Bumble works because I just used it once!My opening line to each guy was: ‘If your sex life was an animal, what would it be?’ I got a lot of ‘Dolphin because I am acrobatic.’ One guy said, ‘Raccoon because I am constantly combing through trash.’ When I came across Peter’s profile, there was something about his picture that made me want to take him a little bit more seriously, so I didn't use my go-to opening line.I Googled it and learned that it was started by this woman who left Tinder.I thought maybe I would meet a lot of guys who were more open to feminism and wouldn't send me a bunch of unsolicited dick pics.
He was just honest and talked about how he works at a church.One of Jesse's pictures was just a Kit Kat bar with the middle bitten out of it — he doesn’t break them off piece by piece like a normal person!I was like, 'The way you eat your Kit Kat bar is disgusting, what is wrong with you?Prior to that, I'd told a friend, 'I swear to god, I'm going to marry the next guy that takes me to Soul Gastrolounge,' one of my favorite bars.When Chris and I were chatting [about meeting up], he said to me, 'How about we meet at Soul Gastrolounge?