One of our Linx VIP guys responded to these tweets from @linxdating yesterday with some irreverent humor. I couldn’t help myself but put these comments up which are too great.
Tweet: Raising capital for startups in Silicon Valley as a female has its +/-. A female entrepreneur told me an investor said things no angel says
His comment: If angels talk to you, you should understand that you are already dead.
Tweet: People often let actions/behavior slide in the honeymoon stage. Deep into the relationship, it isn’t peaches and cream. Too late to reverse
His comment: Actually this is reversed. In the honeymoon stage, people are all peaches and cream. Once they are hooked, then they revert to being themselves.
Tweet: You start a company in Silicon Valley. You do a series A round, a series B, and then a series C … and then discover.. you’re still single.
His comment: By the time you are at a Series C round, you are more diluted than the house bourbon at a third rate bar
Tweet: Cheap in money, can be cheap in spirit when dating.
His comment: Really and that’s not obvious?
Tweet: Be less judgmental when picking and choosing people to date. If you seek perfection, you’re facing a tough road ahead.
His comment: Perfectionists don’t seek perfection, they seek those who are less so, because it allows them to point out all the short-comings of the less-than-perfect.
Tweet: You can’t seek love. It seeks you.
His comment: That’s called stalking and there are laws against such behavior
Tweet: People and culture are the spice of life
His comment: Marines in Afghanistan would probably quarrel with this statement
Tweet: The female career in Silicon Valley often eclipses the man’s in today’s world. If so, make him feel resourceful, useful, masculine, and loved.
His comment: Not exactly, but see Dennis Miller’s famous rant on what men really want from a woman, and only then will you understand why it is true that men and women arrive to earth from different planets.
Tweet: Ice breaker a client who flew in from overseas shared. She has walked up to men on the street & asks ‘Are you thirsty? Let’s have a drink’
His comment: For some reason, the phrase “stranger danger” suddenly comes to mind.