Thinking of applying for a Dinner With Cupid date? Good. Have a friend you think should apply? That’s great, too. Here are just two of the amazing singles we’re trying to match right now for blind dates.
This week’s bachelorette works in marketing for a chocolate company. She’s in her mid-30s, reads “a ton,’’ loves Twitter, and says she’s “really laid back — just as comfortable hanging at a sports dive watching a Pats game or dining with the executive team from my company.’’ (Then again, who doesn’t want to dine with the executive team from her company?) She says she’s “probably’’ looking for Mr. Right.
Our bachelor is in his mid-40s, loves live music and dancing, and is interested in aviation. He’s dad to two older kids (one an adult, the other close to it) and says his kitchen countertops are “very neat’’ and there’s no TV in the living room — “that’s in the man-cave.’’ He says he’s still friends with many of his exes, and is recently divorced, so not necessarily expecting to meet Mrs. Right right away. For now he wants to meet someone compatible “where we enjoy spending time together, both romantically (candlelit dinners, a movie) and actively (camping, hiking).’’
Are you intrigued?
Know someone who’s a good match for either of these singles? To sign up for a Cupid date — we’ll pick up the tab — go to boston.com/cupid. It does take about 10 minutes — we ask lots of questions because we want to make great matches.
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