Kids Are Powering a Clickbait Empire Inthe spring of 2015, the internet briefly became obsessed with the virility of the “dadbod.” For a moment, the merits of the pudgy-middled male physique seemed to outweigh a six pack or chiseled biceps.That year, the Collins English Dictionary added the term “dadbod” to its list of new words.Consider those who feel unable to come out to friends and family about their non-heteronormative sexuality.Or consider all the singles in the workplace having to deal with unwanted attention from the one creep who breathes too loud.
Born in Taiwan in 1955, Lee became a lab assistant at the National Defense Medical Center when she was 21.
Lee began connecting her colleagues together when she thought there was a good match.
Later, she gave up her job to emigrate to the United States and live with her mother and her mother’s brother, who had moved here in the 1960s.
In 1980, when there were only a few players in the business, she began working full-time as a matchmaker.
Even today, when most matchmaking agents use back-end computer systems to record information, and one fourth of young people have online dating apps installed on their phones, Lee sticks to the traditional way, keeping handwritten forms and printed pictures of her clients in folders categorized by gender and age.
I thought on it a lot, eventually concluding that when it comes to relationships, the internet makes promises it can’t hope to deliver on.