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Apr 12, 2022

Beer-infused evening ramble continues!

Barb Flynn and I recorded just twenty-four hours before my upcoming third date with Miss Kayak.

In this episode, I share what I believe is the most important part of an online dating profile— the written summary—this is where you say something about yourself. My list exhausts. I'm told by "dating experts" it's too long. You might be amused or alarmed by what I say.

What my nurse practitioner sister warns me about sexually transmitted diseases—my naiveté is exposed.

Why Barb dresses differently to shop this unique grocery store. Is she trolling the fresh meat section?


Courage to date, and plenty more!

Please enjoy this meandering final part of Should I Make My Online Dating Profile?

Thanks for listening.

Past Episode Links Mentioned:

Dreams About My Spouse Single Episode

Dear Donna, I’m Finally Dating Part 1  Part 2

Barb Flynn: I Love You Too, Babe Part 1  Part 2  Part 3

Dr. Jennifer Katz: The Good Widow Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4

Dr. Katz link to her website and to buy her book:

This Episode's Short Bullet List

  • Emeric's Dating Profile Notes
  • How To Levitate
  • Trolling Trader Joe's
  • Have You Dreamed About Your Spouse?
  • Why Voldemort Made Me Cry
  • Be Vulnerable -- What's The Trade-Off?
  • How Resilient Is Barb?

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