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But the lure was intense when I read more of the press release: “The luxury dating site encourages members to upload photos of their luxuries: arts and culture, autos, aviation, boats, electronics, food and spirits, home decor, jewelry, leisure and real estate.” And then there were the endorsements from people who are said to use the site.
“There’s nothing like driving up the Pacific Coast Highway in my Ferrari en route to wine country for a long weekend of relaxation,” said one guy, who I hope wasn’t texting that message while steering that fine machine.
The first was Groucho Marx, who famously said, “I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member.” Groucho apparently reveled in his riffraff-ism, as I do on most occasions, especially if it gets me out of wearing a suit.
“I think men should be empowered to walk up to women and keep that tradition alive,” said Veronica Aspan, 22, a Midtown fashion designer relaxing in Madison Square Park.
Perhaps the problem is a “commodification” of the meeting process.
And, now, there’s an app for the wealthy — Millionaire Match Pro.” In fact, the dating business is one of the fastest-growing US industries.
Of the 54 million single people here, 41 million have tried online dating.
Have you ever wondered if other people consider you riffraff?