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What we might lack in experience and perspective, we make up for in the frequency of our self-centered observational posts (like this one.)Millennials rush to project and discuss our fears, anxieties, and realizations in often-public forums.
People will say that we post, blog, and tweet solely to receive hearts, likes, and comments. We project our issues so that, like any generation before us, we know that our insecurities and uncertainties are shared with others.
Previously, I wrote a list of things you should look for in a wife.
Now, you might be thinking, That’s nice, but how on earth do I find a quality woman? The problem in answering it is that there are dozens of ways to meet women, and no correct formula for meeting Miss Right.
Monica’s Sunday evening Mass, two blond women in skinny jeans slide into a pew in the rear of the church and chat quietly.
A few pews back a woman wearing a mid-thigh length dress and a long sweater genuflects before beginning to pray.
This in mind, I've often pondered why so many of my friends have tried Grouper.
How did this company manage to convince so many hyperly self-aware 20-somethings that their site was filled with social, smart, relatively good looking individuals…and that they should join and bring their friends along for the ride?
After thinking about this for a minute too long, I realized that we joined Grouper because others were doing it.
For those who have yet to come across the company, Grouper is a 'social club' (non-marketing speak: a dating-themed start-up.) The concept is fairly simple: Grouper pairs a guy and girl together, each of them bring two wingmen/women, and voila…you have a group date.
Millennials, as I'm told from frequent exploratory pieces on our generation, are coming of age in a 21st century America defined by its hyper self-aware culture.