Divorced Playbook

Ep 35: I'm Not Saying F*ck You, Ladies

March 02, 2021 Divorced Playbook Episode 33
Divorced Playbook
Ep 35: I'm Not Saying F*ck You, Ladies
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Divorced Playbook
Ep 35: I'm Not Saying F*ck You, Ladies
Mar 02, 2021 Episode 33
Divorced Playbook

Scott prepares for back surgery. Dan throws shade at the inferior Ocean City.

We got a very thoughtful response from @divorced.mom.dating on Instagram to our post about weeding out those who don't fit what you're looking for on dating apps. 

Scott and Dan react to this comment in two parts. Their comment is below:

Part 1:
I definitely agree that you should get very specific about yourself, your interests, and the type of relationship you’re after. (From my experience the truth is that most will likely not read it anyway before they match with you, but the information is there in hopes that they will.) When I was using dating apps I tended towards a lengthy profile, and I got a few people who messaged me just to tell me that my profile is too long. I thought that was great because it told me right off that they’re exactly the kind of men in whom I would not be interested anyway.

Part 2: 
At one point in my profiles I even talked about what kind of man interests me, and I found that a lot of men used that just to manufacture a tale about themselves that would probably get me interested in meeting up in person. I was very disappointed a number of times by figuring out that that’s exactly what they had done, and they were in fact not very much at all like the type of man I described.

The last 15 minutes has a tremendous amount of advice. And the Levy Bros. break a record for the number of times one of them says 'fuck' on the show.

Show Notes

Scott prepares for back surgery. Dan throws shade at the inferior Ocean City.

We got a very thoughtful response from @divorced.mom.dating on Instagram to our post about weeding out those who don't fit what you're looking for on dating apps. 

Scott and Dan react to this comment in two parts. Their comment is below:

Part 1:
I definitely agree that you should get very specific about yourself, your interests, and the type of relationship you’re after. (From my experience the truth is that most will likely not read it anyway before they match with you, but the information is there in hopes that they will.) When I was using dating apps I tended towards a lengthy profile, and I got a few people who messaged me just to tell me that my profile is too long. I thought that was great because it told me right off that they’re exactly the kind of men in whom I would not be interested anyway.

Part 2: 
At one point in my profiles I even talked about what kind of man interests me, and I found that a lot of men used that just to manufacture a tale about themselves that would probably get me interested in meeting up in person. I was very disappointed a number of times by figuring out that that’s exactly what they had done, and they were in fact not very much at all like the type of man I described.

The last 15 minutes has a tremendous amount of advice. And the Levy Bros. break a record for the number of times one of them says 'fuck' on the show.