Also most people aren't from here, so that's always something to talk about. I think I work longer hours, party much more, go out more, sleep less and probably exercise more than you. I love spending time relaxing on the couch, but I also love to dance every week.My profile says it all when I talk about the various music and situations that I love. It would be ideal to find a partner to share these things with.Lastly, on our first date you told me that I talk a lot but that you didn't feel like I talked enough about the "real me." You asked me if I ever open up to girls on dates.On our third date I told you all about my parents and I feel like instead of just listening to me and/or trying to see things from a different perspective, you basically just told me what "I should be doing" and essentially what I was doing was "wrong." As in I should be calling my mom every day and not speaking poorly of my father.It's not very walkable from the train station. Most of us would just avoid calls, emails, and texts until the thing puttered out on its own, but it's polite to send an email ending it and give everyone that elusive psychological construct of "closure." The problem: He kept on going. As with anything on the internet, it's always possible this is some sort of prank or stunt.If this is some sort of OKCupid viral marketing campaign and the part about algorithms and Harvard grads was squeezed in on purpose, well, that's pretty genius.I spent the weekend thinking about you and me and have decided that I'm not interested in pursuing "us" any longer. I don't think we're a good match and after looking at us on Cupid again, neither does Cupid.
According to our tipster, the recipient of the email (we'll call her Miss Lonelyheart) went on three dates with this guy who we'll call Oompa Loompa at her request. 3, he contacted her through OKCupid, where they met, with this rather detailed breakup email: Dear [Miss Lonelyhearts], Thanks for an interesting 3 dates. Personally, I'm not a big fan of when people just disappear, fall off the map or suddenly stop calling without a reason, so I figured I'd say a few things.
Montauk is the place that I recommended that you take your father.
I know you mentioned that he likes to take the train, but I highly recommend not taking the train there if not spending a lot of money is important to you. It's super casual during the day (surf/beach attire) and it gets fancy at night at the restaurants and bars.
I noticed you only answered 92 questions—so I'd recommend answering more.
Cupid was founded by Harvard math majors, so I have confidence in their match algorithm.