3 day rule on dating
Though, Swider assures me, “No one has that desperate vibe.” And, I believe her — at least as far as New York is concerned.
Her clients are a lot like you: upwardly mobile and carpe-ing diems left and right.
“People don’t list ‘rich’ as much as I thought they would,” she confided. Instead, she claims you need to be brave, a good listener, and make people feel at ease.
I was impressed with the way Swider so easily approached people, not beating around the bush for one moment. “You can’t be that elderly woman scaring girls about their biological clocks ticking.” That would be a yenta. Even the ones who weren’t single wanted her card to pass on to friends.
But, there is also a real-life person (in New York, that’s Swider) you can hire to go out into the world and meet people for you.
The company’s name is no mistake: It’s a play on the unwritten rule that you should wait three days before calling someone you like.
And, then you end up at dinner with someone who you’re not totally connecting with.
For ,000 Swider matches clients for Three Day Rule, a Los Angeles-based dating service that’s recently arrived in New York.
You may have heard about the dating service’s website, which has received some criticism for using facial-recognition technology to match you with people who look like your exes.
In response, Swider pieced it together quite nicely: “You’re looking for someone who’s a guy’s guy on the surface, but underneath he’s got a little more going on.” I was tempted to slow clap. Just because Christy was interested in being set up doesn’t mean the male community would be interested in letting a stranger send them on dates — especially when TDR’s core demographic is people in their 20s and 30s.
After all, if Christy’s having trouble meeting someone, what makes Swider any more qualified, or lucky, even?