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I was searching for a committed relationship with a supportive partner, someone I could love deeply and who shared my values and goals.

Like many singles, I had created an online dating profile. Now I decided to take it more seriously—these days, I seem to hear fewer and fewer stories of real life meet-cutes.

In fact, it may have even been a matter of marrying a person who was there at the right time, and not so much because they were the right person.

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I stopped looking for guys who met everything on my checklist and started finding someone who was decent and who loved me.

I married a guy who is not perfect — nobody is — but he is a good guy, and that is enough in my book.

I didn't have fireworks-feelings toward my husband when we were dating, but my parents always loved him, and they told me he is definitely the one.

I wasn't sure if he was or not, but I decided to settle on him and get married because I trusted them. I was about to hit 37 and figured it was now or never.

But Spindel isn’t bothered by her fiancé’s comparison of her with his exes: “When men get to a certain age, they realise that it’s important to meet a life partner that they connect with,” she says.

“Looks fade.” The general public, however, has not responded so kindly.

There are many answers to the age-old question that seems to haunt anybody in love, about to tie the knot or married for years: “How did you know they were the one?

”While this might be an easy question for some to spit out an answer to, for others, there may not be anything magical or thought-provoking behind their reasoning.

It could be – but, really, in this case it’s because this article is so hilarious that our morning news meeting dissolved into giggles and we wanted to share the fun. The article is about Dan Rochkind, a 40-year-old Upper West Sider who, the article is keen to highlight, has a “muscular build and a full head of hair”. Gigi Hadid, Hillary Clinton, Morgan Freeman – they’d all fall at his feet.

I’m sure this is meant to make all us beautiful female readers sigh and bemoan the fact this hairy hunk of manhood is not interested in us but, personally, I’d rather have a kind, chubby bald guy as a romantic partner than a part-bear/part-douchebag, so let’s continue undaunted. He spent his thirties dating twentysomething blonde supermodels, stating that, “I met some nice people, but realistically I went for the hottest girl you could find.” However, poor Dan soon realised that there was a drawback to dating people 10 years younger than you purely because they looked good in a swimsuit – “he found them flighty, selfish and vapid". The article continues with some bullshit about how beautiful people are more likely to be in unhappy relationships, and a quote from a random other man about how people who are better-looking are less likely to “pursue advanced degrees, or play an instrument or learn other languages" – which is a pity, because what everyone wants is a partner who can lecture them on consumer legislation in Japanese while playing the oboe, rather than someone who, I dunno, respects them as a human being and takes the bins out 50 per cent of the time. Thanks for the laughs and good luck with your “merely beautiful” wife.

I asked the guy I was dating if he'd marry me because I wanted to just have kids and get serious about the whole family thing.

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