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Emma was the first person I'd ever met through any kind of internet dating and she's amazing. I've decided to cancel my membership because, on my third BM date, I met someone with whom I clicked almost immediately.
We've been seeing each other ever since, and I'd be crazy not to give her my full attention.
Attention, singles fed up with the travails of Tinder: there's a new dating app apparently aimed at Ivy League students and graduates, because this world just doesn't have enough dating apps -- or elitism -- already.
Yes, you heard right: a forthcoming matchmaking app called The League, founded by Stanford MBA student Amanda Bradford, promises to keep its dating pool "well-balanced and high-quality" by weeding out supposedly unsuitable bachelors and bachelorettes via an unexplained screening metric.
Who's it for: Ambitious European playboys and party girls This London-based network stands by a strict invite-only policy, screening people to make sure they'll jive with the "exclusive community of inspiring singles" it's curated on the app.
Unlike the other services, though, Inner Circle makes it easier to mingle with fellow members by throwing exclusive invite-only events for users around Europe.
While your mother may call you picky, we call you self-aware.
Ivy League students are the most elite youth in not only US, but also around the world.
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