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) After we matched, we talked nonstop for a few days.
We started chatting and it was clear pretty fast that we had the same sense of humor and a connection.
Our mutual friends insisted that we not meet or date because we would be a horrible match, but we met anyway.
On his profile he expressed interest in the Oxford comma, which I thought was delightfully nerdy.
I know a lot of guys say stuff like that, so I wrote to him and informed him that some people call it the Harvard comma, and isn’t it a bit un-American to refer to it otherwise.