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So, you wouldn’t suggest Googling or stalking a potential date through social media? Like, to see that there aren’t 20 girls on the Internet saying that he stuck them with the bill or that he stranded them in a restaurant.
But if you’re doing it a) to find out their net worth or b) see what their story is, then you’re going to snooze, you lose.
I always show women’s pictures to men, but not the other way around. They would be like, "Well, I don’t like the fact that he wore a ring and jewelry." And I’m sitting there thinking, "What the hell?! If the kiss is bad, you’ll end up just staying friends.
"So, it’s actually more that women are more critical of the way men present themselves. Then there’s also when the chemistry is off the chain, like with my boyfriend.
Facebook, Linked In, people are now using that for dating. If your niche is business, then do it on Linked In.
(And heaven help the poor dater who neglects to follow Stanger's advice.)Now in its seventh season, "The Millionaire Matchmaker" features wealthy but hapless men (and sometimes ladies, too) who turn to Stanger's dating club in an effort to find that elusive special someone.
And, if that unicorn isn't out there, they at least hope to find someone who can stand their company (and stand to spend their money) long enough to get into their pants.
Say what you want about Patti Stanger, aka Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker (and you could say a lot — the woman isn't exactly known for being reserved), but the career matchmaker and dating expert knows a thing or two about the language of love.
Or, at least, the language of prepping two strangers for an awkward date and hoping they've followed her advice.
Most men have the worst pictures they ever dreamed of themselves on their Facebook pages.