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It worked: His client met a match, though the relationship fizzled after a month.At a time when people are outsourcing nearly everything, including putting together Ikea furniture, it's not surprising that they're outsourcing parts of their dating life."When my client told his girlfriend about his scheme, she seemed to appreciate him for what he was: a life hacker of sorts," Hirsch said.After responding to a Task Rabbit request, Dan Hirsch, a writer who's gay, became an OK Cupid ghostwriter for per week, plus a bonus for each woman who agreed to a date.Hirsch, who is now an master of fine arts candidate in dramatic writing at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, was based in San Francisco at the time.Gandhi's company does complete online profile makeovers but draws the line at taking over the entire account, and it won't message anyone to score potential dates, though people have requested this many times.
While you probably won’t want to make a public plea for help via Facebook, it can’t hurt to reach out to a married friend for help, as their spouse will likely have a handful of single friends they may be willing to set you up with.
So if it's become acceptable that we need to take someone's photos with a giant grain of salt, why should we treat their words any differently?
"The profile is meant to be simply a starting point, a way to see the person's interests and to gauge initial compatibility, said Bela Gandhi, Chicago-based CEO of Smart Dating Academy, which teaches singles how to date.
While it seems like everyone and their (single) mother are on dating sites these days, there are still many singles who wish to meet singles the “old-fashioned” way. If you find yourself breaking out in hives at the mere thought of downloading Tinder, fear not!
It is possible to meet people in Chicago without online dating.