Archive for January, 2010

Chiffonade or simply Chop Chop Chop?

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Tonight we get to wield our culinary WMD at “The Singles Supper Club”, guided by Head Chef/Owner Vanessa Yeung and her team of culinary experts from !

Mixing and mingling with 30 singles at Nella Cucina should generate enough heat to take our minds off this week’s Arctic weather.

Launch for Love!

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Mention “Launch for Love” in the subject line when you email us at [email protected] !

You’ll receive 50% off our “Love One and Love More” profile-writing services! 

It’s time to take an intelligent approach to finding romance on-line!

Entrepreneur Gal-profile excerpt

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Here’s a sample of our profile-writing service!

Tagline: “You must be 6′ with an IQ bigger than your shoe size to read this profile.”
Free-spirited, fun loving, feisty and flirty female with a fondness for finding fun. A whirling dervish of words, you might need to fight for air time but am also a good listener.
I am a New York Times reader, super social, squash-playing, travel junkie with an incredible sense of adventure and attracted to business start-ups. I have an insatiable curiosity about people, life, and possibly you.
You need to be fun, energetic, impeccable manners, and tall (sorry to be a heightist). I do not think inside a box, can’t be placed in one, and would not expect you to fit into one either. I’m open minded, creative, and kooky in a cute sort of way and am looking for someone who can read without having to move his lips.
You need to be smart and quick of both mind and foot. You are the savvy, sexy brainiac who is also a brilliant misfit!

A nod from our client!

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

“On line dating has been good! Thanks to you and your wonderful work, I now get to correspond with quite a few people: some connect with me and some I connect with (and they respond!!)   I have gone on about five 1st dates and two 2nd dates and I am communicating with another 6 people, either by email or phone. To say the least, I am having fun; there are a lot of very nice people out there and a few totally insane ones. In the end, I still think that it is a numbers game. I have another coffee date this afternoon. “

S.M. – Age: early 40’s, Executive Administrator, Toronto

How do I leave thee?

Monday, January 25th, 2010

Let me count the ways when they say, “I’d like to see you again.”

1. Gently, “it’s me, not you, I’m too (fill in any adjective – crazy, boring, busy cleaning my sock drawer, etc etc) .”

2. Diplomatically, “Sorry, we’re not compatible.”

3. Efficiently, “I don’t want to waste your time.”

4. Emphatically, “Absolutely NOT!”

Or you can try this rather tidy exit, tried and true by one of my clients:
“Ms. Fabulous Fitness” meets another “Mr. Maybe” for a walk – no coffee, no drink, just a walk. As they’re walking and talking, she decides that “Mr. Maybe” is really “Mr. No Way”.

So she walks faster and faster…..well, you can guess..The End.