If she could have a closet full of clothes she never had to try on again ever, she would choose this option so fast, so please just come with her and know that if one of you has a nervous breakdown due to being in some dumb mall, it will definitely be her. The closest she gets to sexy sleepwear is baggy T-shirts she got for free from work that have weird holes in them. She's never regretted staying in and doing nothing while eating snacks. Yeah, those things are nice, but not as nice as you helping her make dinner, cleaning the dishes when she's too tired to, and doing her laundry with yours because you know she hates doing it. Her Starbucks order has, like, two words in it so your chances of feeling like a dick while ordering her drink for her are slim to none. The closest she gets to getting a manicure is trimming her nails on the couch before going to bed.
Listen, man, she doesn't know who Derek Lam is any more than you do. Just "beer." You can try asking her what kind of beer, but she will just shoo you away and say, "Whatever they have," every time so just go get her some ~*beer in general*~ so she can have something to wash down wings with. She will have something on her face 20 percent of the time.
Since she's not always checking herself out in the mirror, she'll probably have smudged eyeliner on one eye, lipstick on one of her front teeth, or something in her nose a good portion of the time. She already has a feeling she has shit on her face. She has no patience for you when you can't make a simple freaking decision. Just because she's low-maintenance doesn't means she doesn't want you to treat her like a majestic sweatpants princess once in a while.
“Mention Match.com, and see how many say they met their partner on there, or encouraged a relative to go on it, or know someone who has.” When launched in April 1995, there were only 25 million internet users worldwide, compared to 2.92 billion in 2015.
Having web access at home – like owning a mobile phone - was considered quite exotic. It promised a clever algorithm, which used character traits and interests to pair users with their perfect partner. At first, online dating occupied a seedy corner of the internet, ranking in people’s minds just above red light services.
They messaged for a few days by fax and email before speaking on the phone, and then went on their first date to a Chinese restaurant in 1996.