We talked to the men and women behind niche dating websites to find out what makes their crazy ideas so successful.
I know that you’ve been trained to toot your own horn as a way to impress people (like employers), but in a romantic setting, this behavior immediately shows me that you think you’re better than me. I know you think your drunk self is the way you think regular people act, but that’s just makes you seem like an even bigger pretentious d-bag. When are you just going to feel like you can share something? So, really is everyone in the Ivy League club all that?
The online dating industry is a $2.1 billion business, with niche dating sites claiming more and more of that market share.
Thanks to a crop of niche dating websites, you can find your ideal mate based on very specific criteria.
smarter you are, the harder it is for you to get laid. So, in a piece for the Huffington Post, he gave his five reasons why smarties can’t get in anyone’s pants.
The Ivy League snob believes his fellow private college geniuses (yes, he even listed specific schools that qualify) suffer under the weight of their giant brains.
Here are the Cliff’s Notes style version for us lazy students, plus five of our own theories… Ivy grads learned a cause/effect relationship to love — learning stuff from books equated to love from their parents. Ivy grads are too smart to date 95% of the population because they’re too dumb to ever understand them.
But as adults, love is built through thoughtful, caring relationships and that just wasn’t a section on the SATs. Ivy grads people feel entitled to love because their smarts make them among the world’s best humans. Ivy grads feel like people don’t see them as sexy because they’re smart. Ivy grads’ exceptional talents keep them tangled up in thought, not in sheets. Disclaimer: Many Ivy League grads survive completely unscathed, realize college is just a stepping stone, and continue to be loving, inspiring, geniuses.
However, the doc really hit a lot of reasons it’s hard to date people who consider themselves to be among the greatest minds of their generation, Ivy or not.
Although, as a regular single gal, with an average IQ and a few Ivy League exes, I think there are a few items he left off his list.