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“I’ll definitely look and see who’s on there.” If she found a good match, she’d venture out — if they’ll rendezvous near her East Village apartment.“If they’re willing to be in the neighborhood or somewhere close to my apartment, definitely,” she says.There are other touches, too, like the golden pickaxe nodding to the 1896 Klondike Gold Rush, and birchwood accents in the decor.The Alaskan theme continues on the cocktail menu, which includes the Seward Folly (the original name for the land purchase that would become our 49th state) with Lagavulin Scotch whisky, pear compote, vermouth, cherry and smoked bitters, and a menu of bar bites that includes Alaskan king crab tacos.Every new encounter (more or less cheeky) makes me feel overwhelmed with joy. To me, it is now obvious that cheating is part of my life balance. At night, I come home and I feel like a teenager again, with a blissful smile on my face. I’ve met different people, but that didn’t really lead anywhere at the beginning. Her issue with snow swiping: The fire you kindle over text might disappear the moment the trains start running again.
Emily, 25, who does marketing for a media company and asked that her last name be withheld for professional reasons, says she’s already seen pickup lines from guys looking for someone to “cuddle with.” “Everyone’s going to flock to the dating apps this weekend,” she says.Remember the much-hyped but truly disappointing winter storm Juno that shut down the city for two days last January?Popular dating app Hinge had a 47 percent spike in activity across the East Coast during the two days of snowfall.Men are 15 percent more likely to want a relationship in the winter than in other seasons, and women are 5 percent more likely. I’ve been faithful to my husband for 17 years, but I had the urge to feel this rush of adrenaline again, to seduce again…
The average user logged on five times each day — two times more than usual — as the storm pounded cities like Boston and merely dusted NYC.