Washington post dating lab
The program also will include a live Washington-based “Dating Game.” The winning matches will be sent on a Date Lab-sponsored outing.Christina Breda Antoniades, Date Lab’s matchmaker-in-chief, will talk about what goes into the making of the weekly column.Your type: Cute, funny, scruffy, hippie-looking boys. Interests to share: Web coding info -- I know that's a real computer geek thing.Dream date: A random super-rich guy takes me shopping, then proposes.Your type: Passionate, witty, athletic women with short hair. Interests to share: My enjoyment of nature and the outdoors, music and conversation. Date Lab from August 6, 2006She said her dream date was a sexy chef.Date Lab features stories of people brought together for blind dates--with very mixed results. Soko Hirayama, 24, Web designer Originally from Fukuoka, Japan Dating history: I've never had a relationship.We talk to some successful daters, and some not so successful daters. Date Lab from September 3, 2006She wanted an HTML-savvy geek who finds sarcasm funny. Best features: I am easy-going, and I own great outfits!Since 2006, Date Lab has sent hundreds of Washington-area singles on dates, with the results — some good, some bad — reported in the magazine and online.
Brunson Agency and has become recognized internationally as one of the most successful matchmakers. And when there is chemistry, there should be a laboratory. She works on "Date Lab," a section of the Washington Post Magazine on Sundays.Brunson, who will share their thoughts and advice on relationships and romance.Hax’s advice column, launched in 1997, now appears in more than 200 newspapers. Brunson is the founder and president of the award-winning matchmaking firm The Paul C.
Jesse Craft-Finch, 23, Video game design intern Originally from: Near Amherst, Mass.
Dating history: Mostly long-term relationships Best features: I am honest, confident, reliable, active and very intelligent.