This might be worth looking into; we wonder if they accept the ‘Ivy League’ of Dawson's Creek, NC as worth letting in. Do you have a high-enough-status job that I want to continue talking to you?But if you’ve made it into some of the nation’s most prestigious universities, at least one dating service wants to help you out.The Right Stuff Dating.com, which bills itself as “the Ivy League of dating,” is a place for students, alumni and faculty from top schools to make a romantic connection.“People tend to try to date people who have similar educational backgrounds as them,” said the site’s president and co-founder Dawne Touchings.Unlike Tinder, Sparkology offers services like professional photography and even profile writing.While they don’t write messages for the men, they do have to pay with one “Spark” for each initial message they send a woman, which eliminates the “hey what’s up” messages most women have grown accustomed to.There are plenty of websites and dating apps that allow elitists can disseminate such information immediately -- even apps like Hinge and Coffee Meets Bagel give prominent placement to daters’ schools and workplaces.But dating services Sparkology and The League are unabashed about who makes the cut -- accomplished young professionals.
Unlike The League (not the Nick Kroll show), Sparkology has been matchmaking since 2011, in those prehistoric, pre-Tinder days, making it similar to Match when it comes to messaging.
”Strangers ask each other these seemingly innocent questions all the time at bars, but the underlying meaning is clear: Are you intelligent for me to be interested?
Well, snobs everywhere can let out a collective sigh.
Ivy League guys are like Céline prêt-à-porter: you don’t know how great it is until you try it, after which it becomes next to impossible to go back to high-street basics. Social malfunction aside, these are still extremely smart people who are usually surrounded by other extremely smart people. Instead of feeling inadequate, give him a swift, real-life kick in the ass. You must have outfits that work for occasions that most people only see on TV, such as benefits, silent auctions, pony races and all that other very productive stuff.
After dating a well-educated man this past summer, I discovered the beauty of conversations that reach further than the latest Supreme collaboration (the hipster equivalent of football) and have been hooked ever since. Keep in mind, these guys spent their high school years studying, instead of developing personalities. -inspired “I grew up in the slums fending for ten siblings” stuff is ideal, but if you don’t have a bio to back it up, “I had to work two jobs through college and am now paying off my loans” isn’t bad either. Be careful, though, as I once had a lawyer with a double BAR almost pee in his pants when some street kids started picking at us by Les Halles (the Parisian equivalent of Alphabet City). Luckily, there is always Zara, or the brilliant Russian buy & return method!