DATA: A love story. How Amy Web gamed the online dating system and met the man of her dreams.

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This is a fun video! This will make you think in new ways. And it might also give you some ideas...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OF5VVrsnpzo

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    WOW, it is funny what some people will lie about!

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      That was fun - glad I watched it.
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      • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
        Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

        That was fun - glad I watched it.
        It was weird to be so familiar with her Mary Poppins reference. My son loves it and I've some to recognize it as great acting and excellent screenwriting/lyrics. I've seen that sequence in the film dozens of times, yet only just saw that it was also a very lucid life strategy.
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  • I was wondering what Janeane Garofalo was doing nowaday's...I loved it! :rolleyes:
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    She kind of reminded me of Amy Farrah Fowler from The Big Bang Theory. Awesome video!
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    I've watched that video again and I have to say that was inspirational, and I'm not talking about dating, since that's not what I'm seeking but living in general. I'll have to watch that Mary Poppins scene again:

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    • Profile picture of the author TimPhelan
      Entertaining video. I have been dating online for about a decade now and I have a lot of weird experiences. One that happened earlier this year was I met a good looking nice lady who said in her profile "Looking for someone who is emotionally ready and available for a serious relationship". Well, that sounded like me. We met and had the chemistry thing right off the bat. So we had another date and then another. I was feeling real good about us until at the end of the 3rd date she mentioned that she had spent the night with her "ex" boyfriend after our second date ended and that she was still in love with him. Well, how's that for someone who was looking for someone emotionally available? :/
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      • Profile picture of the author David Maschke
        Originally Posted by TimPhelan View Post

        Entertaining video. I have been dating online for about a decade now and I have a lot of weird experiences. One that happened earlier this year was I met a good looking nice lady who said in her profile "Looking for someone who is emotionally ready and available for a serious relationship". Well, that sounded like me. We met and had the chemistry thing right off the bat. So we had another date and then another. I was feeling real good about us until at the end of the 3rd date she mentioned that she had spent the night with her "ex" boyfriend after our second date ended and that she was still in love with him. Well, how's that for someone who was looking for someone emotionally available? :/
        I from Ohio, and I met a girl from Alaska while I was in Hawaii.

        She was intelligent and beautiful.

        Things seem to click really fast with her.

        It was a good thing we asked a lot of questions and got to know each others family history before anything happened. She was a cousin of mine -- I didn't know she even existed. I hate to think it could have turned into a family union instead of a re-union.
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        • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
          Originally Posted by David Maschke View Post

          I from Ohio, and I met a girl from Alaska while I was in Hawaii.

          She was intelligent and beautiful.

          Things seem to click really fast with her.

          It was a good thing we asked a lot of questions and got to know each others family history before anything happened. She was a cousin of mine -- I didn't know she even existed. I hate to think it could have turned into a family union instead of a re-union.
          That is strange. Lucky you avoided a "Royal Family" kind of marriage.
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          • Profile picture of the author TimPhelan
            I've had several women lie about their age. A couple by as much as 10 years. Usually it is less though and I am sympathetic to their reasons. I pretty much expect it really although I am impressed when I know their age is what they put on their profile. haha

            What bothers me more is when they lie by omission about having a STD. Big difference! 8/ Haha
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          Originally Posted by David Maschke View Post

          I from Ohio, and I met a girl from Alaska while I was in Hawaii.

          She was intelligent and beautiful.

          Things seem to click really fast with her.

          It was a good thing we asked a lot of questions and got to know each others family history before anything happened. She was a cousin of mine -- I didn't know she even existed. I hate to think it could have turned into a family union instead of a re-union.
          Ha that is funny, sort of.

          Doing some family tree investigation i ran across two ladies that I found out later were step sisters, on my fathers side. Nobody in the family knew. I mean nobody.

          and talk about HOT. wow. One was a cover girl for teen magazine and a model for other, more mentionable things. The other... imho, the better looking one,
          not a model at all. But, still my sister.

          I hate to admit, i drooled a little bit, before i learned the truth.

          btw,
          My mother STILL after all these years wont recognize.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucian Lada
    Nice video, but it was mostly for entertaining purposes. I think it was just a coincidence that the guy she emailed first (although she didn't mention it, but she does somehow imply), turned out to be the love of her life.

    Chemistry is something that cannot be predicted with accuracy, although some traits on her list can increase its likelihood of occurrence. It can also make the lack of some of her top-tier traits insignificant.
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