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Dating Diaries: We Want to Know About Your Dating Life!

Lincoln just wants you to be happy in love.
What is dating in DC really like? For a new regular feature, Washingtonian.com is looking for area residents who are willing to share their dating adventures over the course of the next several months. If you’re willing to dish about your dates on a regular basis (and maybe take some dating challenges along the way!) we want to hear from you. Look below to see the application. E-mail your answers to datingdiaries@washingtonian.com with the subject “Dating Diaries Application,” and we’ll be in touch.
Name:

Date of birth:

Phone:

E-mail:

Address:

Male/Female:

Dating Preference - Male/Female:

Marital Status - Never Married/Divorced/Widowed:

Tell us a little about yourself:

What makes you a good catch?

Tell us about your dating/relationship history:

What was the last great date you were on? The last dating disaster?

Why are you interested in applying to Dating Diaries? What do you hope to get out of it? (Note: You will mostly be interviewed by Washingtonian for this feature, though we may ask you occasionally to write about your experiences.)


E-mail your answers to datingdiaries@washingtonian.com.

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  • The dating sites have made the work much easier, you can meet a number of people without actually meeting them and can know about people and get to the right man/ women. The idea is to let people experience the relationships and move ahead in life with the experience.

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