I have to admit, having two giant smiling photos of Steve staring at me while I tried to sum up my life in 100 words was a little unnerving, but I did my best.In case it wasn’t clear earlier, Steve really likes to make himself a part of this site.It turns out Delightful’s commitment to finding me The One wasn’t as altruistic as it seemed.I’d always heard that you couldn’t put a price tag on love, but Delightful proved that adage wrong, to the tune of .99 a month.The problem is, even though I'm 50, it doesn't mean I'll rush into another relationship. It's not the worst problem I've ever heard to have all these dudes clamoring to start a relationship with you. It can be exhausting to fend off men who want a commitment too soon, and especially annoying to deal with a guy who wants to get intimate long before you're ready. I promise they're still out there--in every age group--and eager to get to know you.
You can’t put a number on love, is what my Grandma always told me. I’m not sure what it was in my profile that made Steve and the data wizards at think I would have anything in common with a 66-year-old woman (other than maybe my love of “Murder, She Wrote”), but it was clear they still needed to iron out the kinks in their true love formula.
"Steve helps people all the time find relationships.
To take his power and his outlook on relationships and his views on love and combine that with the technology and algorithms that we know to work creates a powerful new category."Still, Delightful joins a crowded field, including e Harmony, whose stated mission is fostering long-term relationships.
I began to worry that drinking a Budweiser in a jumpsuit in my default photo might not net me the attention I wanted.
He might think I’m all about “giving up the cookie,” as Steve so delicately puts it.
Former President Barack Obama and talk show host David Letterman both return to the spotlight on Letterman’s new show, “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.” Obama talks about a variety of subjects including a hilarious moment in which he describes dancing on stage during a Prince concert at the White House!