But a couple of weeks later, she got curious and started reading through the posts on his website.“I thought, ‘This guy just helped me out, and I feel bad I’ve never actually looked at his blog.’ ” That’s when she discovered he had moved to Europe on a whim even before getting a job there — something she had always fantasized about doing.
Ali Garland wasn’t expecting to meet her husband when she sent out an innocuous tweet in the summer of 2010. “Now I just have to figure out how to set it up.” Andrew Couch, a fellow travel blogger whom she followed on Twitter but had never interacted with, was quick to respond.
Their casual exchange progressed into direct messages, which then led to a short Skype session, “and that was that,” recalls Garland.
Election seasons are always fraught with relationship tension.
But this one — pitting a feminist against a misogynist — seems tougher than usual. A study from Ok Cupid found that 50 percent of respondents would not date someone with opposing political views, a proportion that’s been rising since 2008.
We looking for female models to work with our adult production company to produce Images and Videos for online viewing.
We produce story based solo/lesbian content and would be interested in working with you to create short scripted adult videos.My personal policy is: Text briefly, meet briefly, go from there. I’ve seen: “no stay-at-home moms,” “no drama,” “no kids,” “no hairdressers” and “no tattoos.” Framing desires in the negative makes my toes curl. On dates, I’ve almost fallen off my bar stool that the person I was just laughing with is a Trump apologist.Because I do not have the time for long exchanges and rambling first dates. So I won’t put “no Trump supporters” because I’m not trying to attract negative people by being negative. As the first-date conversation meanders toward current events, I cannot and do not hide my disdain for Trump. ” And I will invariably get an answer that is not a straight answer, more like corporate doublespeak.The hashtag #We Met On Twitter, which has been used in roughly 500 Twitter posts according to the social media tracking tool Keyhole, suggests there are many couples who found lasting romantic partnerships using the social media site more typically favored by news agencies and celebrities.One such couple, Atlanta-based Anuj Patel and Sumita Dalmia, famously had a Twitter-themed wedding in November.A friend suggested that I ask prospective dates if they’re a Trump supporter before agreeing to meet. Somehow texting “Hi, my name is Shannon, do you believe Donald Trump is a misogynist? Other online daters tell me it’s best to state your politics in your profile: “No Trump supporters.” I thought about this.