Dating below your social class
Then come the smartphone apps: Tinder, for straightforward dating, and ‘Beautiful People’, where members are kicked out if deemed too ugly.
The latest arrival is Luxy, an app for those who don’t want to date anyone who needs to split a bill.
Other men will luck into an amazing fling with a superb hottie.
Usually, some combination of fortuitous circumstance and seduction skill is the backdrop to a stunning mismatch between a regular guy and a boner fried bombshell.
And when they do eventually die, it’s of Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, cancer, the flu, orpneumonia.
There are websites like Blues Match, for alumni of Oxbridge and Ivy League universities only.Or, to use its own description, ‘Tinder without the poor people.’ Luxy has been deplored for its overt snobbery but it is, in effect, a digital version of what used to be called the London Season.The idea of the rich marrying other rich people is making a comeback — and alongside it there is another trend, as modern as the internet itself.Then there’s the practical life advice of Brooklyn’s Susannah Mushatt Jones, who turned 116 in July and suggested not “drinking, smoking, or partying” to achieve her elderly status. I wouldn't and the MAIN reason is that I don't want her family become a liability to me.