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Once I’d finished the questionnaire, the matchmaking began. It’s not just Adelle’s personal “rolodex” of clients that were in play, but also the wider network of TDR clients, even those working with other matchmakers. We instantly bond, like a couple of war-torn soldiers in a foxhole (a foxhole with lattes, but nonetheless). Well, like the old Hair Club for Men commercials go, she isn’t just a matchmaker; she’s a former client.
Adelle kept me posted, and let me know when she was close to finding a date for me. Adelle came to Three Day Rule as a customer a few years back.
So when her matchmaker suggested someone outside of Adelle’s requirements, Adelle took a chance and, boom, met her husband. First dates, whether through Tinder or TDR, are always a little awkward. Did I just think it did, after the whole process with Adelle? While I was working with Adelle, I put away the apps. I wanted to see if a real, live person was better than an algorithm and Google Maps.
Through the process, she’d become close with her matchmaker. ” We hug and she walks down Melrose into the sunset. In the end, I got about as many dates out of each, really.
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