Saturday rolled around, and after spending the day hiking, I found myself at least 40% excited to see this gentleman. Needless to say, I sent a snarky text about being stone cold sober and choosing baking and my dog over him, and proceeded to have a lovely Saturday night in.Moral of this story: if you are a normal, smart, handsome man who isn’t addicted to alcohol, please give me your number.
“It will be a perfect fit for the model.” Once you sign up for The League — it asks for Facebook and Linked In profile access, along with personal details and detailed preferences for a potential partner — the company puts you through both a human review committee and an algorithm to decide if, basically, you’re good enough.
We are really servicing those busy professionals.” The League was originally only available in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and a handful of other places.
But this summer it is expanding to 10 different cities, including Seattle.
The service has, on average, a 20-to-30 percent acceptance rate.
Bradford likened this process to how top colleges screen out applicants and equated it to “admissions-based dating.” The company once described itself as a “Harvard admission committee meets Tinder.” Bradford also said The League is similar to a private members-only club like Soho House.