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Would you set up two friends? Is it a good idea to set up friends? What about a friend and someone you know fairly well but haven’t seen for a long time? Or two people who have rhyming names you’ve never met?
I’ve had two successes. They got married because I was in their lives. I’m amazing. At the same time, I’m still friends with only one of those couples. So there may be more to the story than I know.
But I’ve had many, many, many, many failures. I may actually be quite horrible at setting people up. If it were a college class, according to my percentage, I would’ve failed. Maybe even been asked to leave the university.
And yet I keep going.
I think my main problem is that I think all of my friends should be friends. I think if you hang out with me, you have things in common.
I’m beginning to think that some people only have the fact they hang out with me in common. That might not be enough for a relationship.
It’s enough for all of my relationships. It should be enough for every relationship.
If it’s not, I think you’re just too picky.
Everyone should lower their standards.
Have just one.
“Do you get along with Marianne? You do? Let’s get married.”
I think I just solved a major international issue.
I’m running for President next.