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Now, with online dating, people assume that if it’s not perfect, they’re on to the next one.
With the Sochi Olympics fast approaching, there’s no doubt that you’ve got Russia on the mind.
As referenced in a article by novelist Alexander Nazaryn, William Pokhlyobkin, famed Russian culinary author—and passionate defender of vodka consumption—notes, “the correct role of vodka at a table is to accompany and to highlight exclusively Russian national dishes.
Above all, vodka is the appropriate drink with meat and meat-cereal dishes, with salty and sharp-tasting dishes, and with fish.” Nazaryn believes that since Russians, culturally, treat drinking as a part of a complete gastronomic experience, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there aren’t many Russian bars, but rather plenty of restaurant/lounge/nightclub establishments where everything is intertwined.
He’ll take it from there.” Sure, after a long week of work, Netflix and Seamless on a Friday night is hard to beat.
But you’re not going to meet anyone if you’re not forcing yourself to get out there.
You have to be open to finding someone and change your body language to say you are approachable.
All you have to do is make eye contact and say hello.
For those of you who still believe in meeting people "the old-fashioned way," i.e., in 3D, human form, rest assured the art is not lost.
Believe it or not, online dating is NOT for everyone.
Some people, in fact, do not enjoy coming up with a single-line bio that somehow magically comes off as smart, witty, flirty, and not murderer-y.
Literally block out on your calendar for the next three months that you have to go out these two days.
“What ends up happening is that your attitude on those days changes. You’ll be open-minded, you’ll dress a little nicer. And you will be ahead of your competition,” Avgitidis says.
“Perfection doesn’t exist,” Avgitidis says, which is an important point for New Yorkers to note in a world of constant swipe-lefts and waiting-for-something-betters.