The author was raised in a small town in Texas, educated at Princeton and has spent his adult years in NYC and Connecticut.
The stories of his pursuit of romance—from Brooklyn to Brazil and beyond—provide a wry and revealing perspective on Jewish online dating. A native of Mission, Texas, he holds an economics degree from Princeton University.
By Judith Silverstein, Michael Lasky In addition to displaying a screen name, many online-dating sites allow you to display a phrase, called a tagline.
The obvious first step is to think about the kind of match you want.
In the venues where the girls are straight forward and honest about P4P, the girls aren’t hiding what they do, and they are unashamedly advertising “services” for a price.
In the physical world, this includes gogo bars, every kind of massage establishment, beer bars, blow job bars, and Nana parking lot.
For example, here’s an a tagline that makes you want to read on: Skydiving is the coolest experience on (or off) this planet. Oh here they are.” • “In time, we all become that which we most hate.
That explains how I became a plate of liver and onions.” • “I used to think I was indecisive, but now I’m not too sure.” Remember the game “Telephone” from when you were a kid?