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I concluded that, likely, men don’t even read profiles and just look at pictures.So, I submitted three pictures of me where my chair wasn’t entirely visible, as no one took pictures of me and my entire chair, but rather a close up of my face and upper body.But, worse, as an intellectual, it was devastating and mind-numbing to have no one, with whom you can have an intelligent conversation or debate.
He asked if he could at least keep in touch through email and maybe we could meet up for drinks after work one day. He and I exchanged emails and chats back and forth for a few days, and he kept telling me how perfect he thought I was and how desperate he was to meet me and firmed up a meeting.
Within a few minutes, someone started chatting with me.
He was an investment banker on Wall Street, and I was working as a lawyer in the financial district. We chatted for a bit before I had to head to bed before a long day in court the following day.
We hit it off straight away and after a few chats and a short call, we set up a time to meet.
The day before we were to meet, he texted me that he thought we should go to a comedy club.
It was taken when I modeled for a wheelchair manufacturer, which depicted me performing the lotus pose on the cliffs of San Diego.