Once that Halloween costume comes off, it’s November. The last month of fall and prime time to enter the Match.com sweepstakes.
This very important intel was told to me by a girl that ended up marrying a man she met on Match.com.
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She waited patiently waited for him to overcome his commitment issues and it eventually happened.
It only took him six years to propose.
Don’t miss the window!
There is a prime window when Match users log into the site which is November.
The holidays are nearing and people get lonely.
Three major holidays bunch up within the span of six weeks.
They really make you take a look at your single life and wonder if you need to be with someone,
if only to drag them to requisite partys, meals, or other functions where you are almost required to have a +1.
Here is a primer on the 3 major American holidays vital for getting your match on.
First, there is the warm-up with Thanksgiving.
We’ll call this a warm-up because you can get away with a going to a Friends-giving where you join other singles, orphans, or foreigners with no concept of the holiday.
The emphasis is not so much on having a date so much as it is being with a group of people.
You don’t even have to really know them. Any group of people will do as long as you’re not alone.
Thus a Friendsgiving is a great event to try out a potential Match date.
Now here is where it gets a little more involved. It’s not just Christmas.
It’s also the buildup to Christmas that includes many parties.
You need to RSVP, and usually a guest is allowed. Who do you bring?
You could bring a friend, but this is normally a romantic interest.
Christmas day is another tricky one. Yes, you can crash someone else’s Christmas Day.
However, if they have kids or other family, they do gift exchanges, and you may not receive anything because you’re not part of the family.
This may be just the reason you need someone you just randomly met online…so they can feel awkward with you.
#3 New Year’s Eve
This is the event where you almost always need a date for that
dreaded New Year’s Eve kiss.
You could hang out with a single group of other friends.
Presumably though, you would want to go with a romantic interest so at the end of the countdown to New Year’s Day you can share a kiss and live happily ever after.
If that is not the case, you roll into the New Year and vow to put finding the love of your life on your to do list. New Year’s Resolution set.
It all starts in November
So you see, it all starts with November.
The buildup to the crucial six weeks of witnessing coupledom all around you can make you feel empty inside.
Go be with the others that desperately want to find dates and post your online profile for before the holiday season!
- Post your online profile no later than November 1.
- Holidays are prime time for people to feel lonely and feel an extra bit of courage to post an online profile.
- Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are major holidays when everyone is looking for a date.
- If you feel dumb having to go online, don’t worry, a lot of other people do too.