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This combination of facts means she's received a lot of filthy messages.Despite that program's reputation as being a serious dating service, as opposed to straight hook-up apps like Tinder, May has found guys can still be pretty eager to sex-calate matters into something more overtly physical."That was just not going to get me." Usually when someone kicks up the conversation to that level without any encouragement from May, she lets it pass without comment.No need to be making enemies in the city where she lives and has a high-profile job. Eventually I'll run into somebody who I do something like that to. I don’t want to become a target for anything if I’m a dick to somebody." May says she's had roughly "zero success" using OK Cupid in five years -- "I don't try very hard," she admits -- though she's gotten a few laughs out of it. After the half-date, the man messaged her "Hi," over and over again, for "like two years" after it. " probably won't become part of her act; jokes about online dating are a little played out these days. And we owe May at least the courtesy we'd want to give someone else: Listening to her, following her cues. Dear God, Minneapolis, which one of you sent this text?"I've been on [OK Cupid] for about five years," May says."I've lost count of the number of times it's happened.

Eventually, he started doing the same thing to May's friend, never breaking from this pattern of sporadic "Hi"s, like some sort of robot whose programming malfunctioned. "I went on dates with him." These days May keeps her jokes about potential suitors private, or semi-private. There's a story in there about writing a poem for someone on OK Cupid. Dear God, Minneapolis, which one of you built this crosswalk to nowhere?

So, to be perfectly honest, I don't think I met my soul mate at speed-dating (I can feel the disappointment in all of your eyes), but I did come out of it with new friends and a renewed appreciation for people with superb conversational skills. In case you are interested in trying out this lark, here's the link: great that you are curious about trying speed dating.

Successful online entrepreneur and speed dating maverick Anoush Lauren is the owner of Speed LA Date. tended to be more about function rather than a fun night out, set in coffee shops and less-than-chic restaurants. We did away with name-tags, whistles, and over-the-top party trimmings while offering the hottest spots in town to meet others.

"It’s definitely going in more of the right direction," May says.

"Like, 'Hey, we’re in this together, shit’s crazy right now.' More in the building community, or some sort of shared dismay, shared feelings about what’s going on.