I mindlessly swiped left until a photo of a bearded man happily posing with his golden Lab appeared on my cell phone screen. His profile was free of gym selfies showing off six-pack abs. I swiped right. He could be a keeper. She moved her head from side to side, unsuccessfully dodging my phone in order to watch a catfight that was unfolding on The Bachelor. My mom finally caved and glanced at the friendly-looking guy.
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As expected, the doctor was in the lab, fussing with some test tubes. They could not ignore the possibility that what the young man was doing was bringing the car to Jane. Maybe she had been gone for hours. She went into the lobby and stopped at the front desk to pick up her room key. She sat down at a table for two and waited. The tall one was wandering around looking over the heads of the gamblers to see where Pete Hatcher could have gone. The second man was behind Jane and to her left, just at the perimeter of the bar, where he could slip away if he needed to.
Anyone else been swiping right a lot lately? Hendrix just launched a coaching program for women— peep her site for the deets—but she took the time to share with us the top ten dating app no-nos that mean a match is just wasting your time. Save your swipes for some other lover! But still!