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Kara walked in and EHB was already there, at a table—not the bar—and easy to spot.
You can reach out to a potential partner in several unique ways.
e Harmony lets you send prefabricated Quick Questions that serve as icebreakers—a more in-depth version of Match's "Wink" feature.
On the down side, there are a set number of profiles that you can view on a particular day, so you can't rifle through all of your potential matches in a one session.
That said, the few profiles that are presented each day carry more weight, so I found myself examining each one with extra care.
I can't always keep up with this during the work week but I'd love to chat in person. Feel free to text/call me if you want to meet up (and yes, you should :-) " EHB sent Kara a text two days later, made small talk and asked her on a date.
Kara's Excellent e Harmony Adventure Commerce Editor, Kara Kamenec, also explored e Harmony to chronicle the online dating experience. An e Harmony Bachelor (known from here on out as EHB) made first contact with her by skipping the guided communication and going directly to e H Mail.
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