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Tamar Caspi Shnall: 100hookup Blogger
Tamar Caspi Shnall is a syndicated hookup dating columnist, passionate about promoting Jew-on-Jew love. With a background in media and marketing and plenty of real-life experience to draw from, Tamar wants to help 100hookuprs by giving advice on everything from picking the right photos, to writing the best profile, to going on a great date. Ask Tamar your relationship questions or send her your profile name and she will tell it like it is… or at least try.
Adam Rosenfield: 100hookup Blogger
Originally from the current reality TV show capital of the world (Dallas) and currently living in the live music capital of the world (Austin), Adam is your typically untypical hookup 20-something. Adam brings to 100hookup his unbeliveable observation skills of the human dating condition, with a writing style heavy on sports metaphors and pop cultural references to describe his dating dilemmas. You can usually find him on a basketball court, on Town Lake, or at an establishment that shows games of his Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys, FC Dallas, and his alma mater, the North Texas Mean Green, who he believes will finally break through in this year’s NCAA basketball tournament. You can find more of his musings on his semi-updated blog: www.ramblinrosenfield.wordpress.com.
JeremySpoke - Jeremy: Member Blogger – TX
After reading testimonials, member bios, and blog posts, I realized that if there were ever an opportunity for someone to write things that other people would actually read, I would have to be that guy. I can’t be the guy giving advice on how to talk to women. I also have no practicable guidance to give to any woman because A) I’m not a woman (I hope), and B) I have never said anything to any woman that ended pleasantly, adequately, or even tolerably. I can’t be the guy that tells you all of the common 100hookup Profile mistakes that I, hypocritically, have made myself. I have to be the guy that can tell you what not to do, think, and say to the opposite sex. My history of dating is a testament to this sentiment. Trust in what I don’t do. Hopefully, if people read what I write, both reader and I will learn something.
Jen Glantz – 100hookup Blogger
Jen Glantz is a 20-something finger-dancing guitar player who grew up wanting to be an astronaut, but then realized she was better at writing — much better. Jen traded in her sunny-side up lifestyle in Florida to move to New York City in order to scour the streets for the most delicious slice of pizza. Everything she knows about dating she learned as a child, when old Bubbies would pinch her cheeks and tell her, “When you’re older, all the guys will be knocking at your door.” By door, she really thinks they meant 100hookup. Glantz plans to go on as many dates as possible until she finds the mensch who will drench her potato pancake heart in applesauce.
You can keep up with her and all of her comedic mistakes on her blog: www.TheThingsILearnedFrom.com.