The quality of dates is one thing, but what about the quantity? When thinking about that question, I recalled a change I made in my own personal dating policy at one point. While I was single in New York, the city of options, I found myself and a lot of my friends just exploring as many options as we could. There were a lot of first dates but not as many third dates. We were consistently choosing to meet as many people as possible instead of investing in a relationship.
Dating in the digital age: Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari: Review
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Asking fans at his stand-up shows if he could read their texts between significant others or potential hook-ups, the comedian saw just how technology can meddle with present-day courtship. As part of their fieldwork, the authors polled people about whether they'd prefer to talk with their boyfriends or girlfriends via phone or text. Are you kidding me? Why would I talk to someone on the phone? They're so much more used to texting or Facebook messaging, where you have a minute to gather your thoughts and figure out what you're going to say.
Your purchase helps support NPR programming. In his stand-up, Aziz Ansari often talks about dating. And while he's now happily in a relationship, he's still fascinated with how people find each other — so fascinated, in fact, that he wrote a book about it called Modern Romance.