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It seemed like fun, if a bit overwhelming, to shop for dates the way I might hunt for boots at
” is an actual suggestion from a 50-plus member, which makes me a little depressed. ) Mande, who has been on that site for two months, said she got only two responses to her posts suggesting such dates as a jazz concert at LACMA and lunch by the pool at the Loew’s on Ocean Avenue — both from younger men. Her profile is witty and charming, with stunning photos.
Fifteen minutes into their first date, he asked her out again. Looking for a little more motivation to give it a shot, I called the public relations people at How About We.com, which partnered with AARP in December to run a dating service for that organization's members.“Is he the guy I thought I would end up with in a long-term relationship? They put me in touch with 51-year-old Los Angeles-based Dina Mande, who has been online dating for about a year and a half.Mande hasn’t found her man yet, but she hasn’t lost her enthusiasm.This is not a cougar site, though that’s not a bad marketing strategy. When it came time to complete my profile, I failed.I considered carefully crafting answers to the questions about my perfect Sunday or my life in five sentences to entice the kind of man I wanted. putting my photo and date ideas up there for people to respond to (or worse, not respond to).