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I would but it has tended not to work out well for various reasons.
Also, education is a huge deal in my family. Everyone has advanced degrees and the women in my family are really judgmental about whom I date.
But more to my preferences. I’m just really attracted to a woman who is smart, well-read and educated. I find intelligence incredibly attractive. Some might say that means I’m a sapiosexual. But I refuse to use that term.
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They are not single. They are in a relationship with their computers.
I'm single because:
I am very, very, very picky. I figure I'd rather be single than be stuck in a relationship with someone I'm not totally crazy about.
Unfortunately, the few who pass my standards do not seem to like me that way.
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A couple ties the knot in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, on Valentine's Day. The outbreak means marriage registration ceremonies have been moved to an outdoor space. [Photo/Xinhua]
1. ask out
ask sb out尤指为了开始与某人建立恋爱关系请…外出（或吃饭、看电影等），比如：
She's asked Steve out to the cinema this evening.
2. go out
How long have you been going out with him?
3. play hard to get
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喜欢一个人可以说fall for，be fond of，have a crush on，be crazy about，be smitten以及be head over heels in love。今天，我们来看看从开始约会到热恋再到彻底分手，相关的英语表达有哪些？ A couple ties the knot in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, on Valentine's Day. The outbreak means marriage registration ceremo...
Millennials have a lot of things to complain about when it comes to their financial circumstances. Crushing student loan debt, the rising cost of living and the lack of well-paying jobs have made millennials into the most broke generation in contemporary history.
But new research showing that almost a third of millennials think dating is too expensive reveals Generation Me isn’t just short on money — but commitment.
Match.com’s Singles in America survey found that about 30 percent of adults between the ages of 22 to 37 feel their financial instability is hampering their dating game. And 21 percent of the millennials think they don’t even deserve love until they’ve reached a certain level of income, according to the study, which analyzed the dating habits of more than 5,000 US adults.
Match.com also found that 22% of singles say a potential partner’s financial situation has held them back from pursuing a relationship with them,
The research showed that the majority (20.4 percent) of millennials have a household income that's just $15,000-$29,999.
Another 18.8 percent earn between $30,000-$44,999, while 16.4 percent earn less than $15,000 per year.
This information follows a separate study, also by Match.com, which said that the average single American spends about $60 per month on dating - but, unfortunately, it's still men who fork-out most of the costs.
Sara, 26, and Joseph Stewart, 28, from Georgia, US, say their vows as they float inside a hot air balloon. [Photo/IC]
Fifty-one percent of men spend more than $100 a month on dates, while 29 percent spend more than $150 a month.
The average spend on Valentine’s Day is $103.
In contrast, 66 percent of women spend less than $50 a month on dates, while their average amount spent on Valentine’s Day is just $51.
The new research also found that the #MeToo movement has caused more than half of all men to act differently with women - being more reserved and distant.
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When we would eventually meet, sometimes it was pure magic, one of these rare times in a life when everything finally seemed to fit together and I felt I'd met my other half. Other times it was… well, less magic, because the spark in the person didn" alt="当代青年网恋观察：奔现就像买彩票？">
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Rachel Sussman, a New York City-based psychotherapist, advises caution when it comes to staying friends, but says there are couples for whom it works; ultimately, she says, it's "an individual determination" alt="分手后我们还能做朋友吗？">
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What do you look for in a partner? It seems like an easy question, but if you're asked to break down what it is that attracts you to someone else, you might struggle to put your finger on it.
Dr. Tanja Gerlach, from the University of Göttingen, said: “the survey is unique in that women from all over the world—across various sexual orientations and life phases—gave us rich insight into what matters most to them. This allows us to draw a very differentiated picture of women" alt="女性择偶时最看重的到底是什么？排在第一位的是……">
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