Dating video losers
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Connie Britton might not be famous enough to like Sleater-Kinney anymore. You know when you ask a couple how they met — and they both just sort of look away? Which begs the question: Are strolls about to have a moment? Are Sunday strolls on the verge of disrupting Hanging Out? Kyle Chandler is stuck putting up stats on a bad team. Anyway, this Dunst-Plemons bombshell may have finally ushered us to a is the “embarrassing couple’s origin story” of TV shows.
What is it about non-ideal situations which makes us keep carrying on, doing nothing to change?
After spending a dinner party listening to his cousin lament how difficult it was to meet people, a young videographer named Jeffrey Ullman put two and two together.
He borrowed seed money from his parents, did a bunch of research into the psychology of attraction, and created the first video dating company, which he christened Great Expectations.
According to company lore, they launched on Valentine’s Day, 1976.
“Single people” are a tricky demographic to pinpoint, so Ullman took a scattershot advertising approach, taking out radio ads, bombarding local reporters with press releases, and—most effectively—sending out pounds upon pounds of well-targeted junk mail.
As a best practice, we like to wait for double confirmation before writing about news of this magnitude.
But if we take the Daily Mail article plus the face tattoo I just got that says “Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons are dating now,” and count those as separate sources — then that’s two right there. Below are the winners and losers of Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons, Who Are Dating (that’s their official Couple Name): WINNER: Jesse Plemons Jesse Plemons is now dating Kirsten Dunst.
LOSER: Garrett Hedlund Garrett Hedlund used to be dating Kirsten Dunst, but that’s no longer the case.
— Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst’s — is not happening anymore.
He probably is reasonably attractive and tells a good story about his current situation and his ambitions.
Almost everyone in the dating world readily admits that they have a type.
But, if you put us on a leash, we’ll gnaw it off and go even more crazy once we’re free.