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Matchmaker Time: Call For Personals

Dr. Neil Warren, the founder of eHarmony. Also goes by "daddy."

Dr. Neil Warren, the founder of eHarmony. Also goes by “daddy.”

It’s almost that time of the year, Bwoggers! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and you know what that means… It’s time for Bwog’s annual call for personals. Get ready to shamelessly and unironically advertise yourself via Columbia’s most professional platform.

In the mood for love? Tinder got you down? No plans for next Tuesday? Well, you’ve come to the right place! If you answered yes to any of the previous questions, we encourage you to submit a personal. All you have to do is email with your answers to the questions below (and don’t forget to attach a steamy, flashy pic of yourself! …as long as it’s not a nude) and we’ll post your homemade profile. If you find yourself smitten by any of the personals we publish, hit us up via email and we’ll set you up with the lucky individual. Or maybe one of us staff writers here at Bwog will find ourselves falling for you… if you’re lucky.

The Questions:

Name, Year, School, Major (grad students encouraged)
Preference (girl for girl, etc)
Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer
What redeems you as a human being?
Library room of choice
Beverage of choice
Which dating apps have you been active on? (be honest)
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night?
Historical Hottie

Personals are due this Friday, February 10, at 11:59 pm.

Daddy headshot via a damning article from Pathos. Sorry, Neil. It was just a really nice hi-res pic. 

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