I was contacted by a matchmaker on Linkedin, which I thought was weird to begin with but apparently, she trolls Linkedin for accomplished professionals to match with her clients. I wasn't going to respond to her connection request but curiosity got the better of me, and I told her as much. I expressed I wasn't looking for a relationship at the moment but I did enjoy meeting people, so I accepted her request. Her response was that "everyone says they're not looking to meet someone but I think you should always keep your options open". Cut to last week when she sends me an email that basically says we should meet up for a coffee and she gives me this small window of time during work hours at a place that would take me at least 30 minutes round trip to get to, not to mention the coffee meetup itself. I told her the time frame didn't work for me so I gave her a time after work. I guess she didn't like that because I haven't heard back from her since. I guess I'm going to remain single. Darn.
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