Hint: This is the time to include why you think they’d be good together.
You shouldn't have to sell them on it, but def mention if they both are die-hard Next, point them to the person’s Instagram or FB to do some back-stalking.
The Misogynist hates women, and women hate The Misogynist.
The Misogynist doesn’t know a whole lot about the other gender, but he can tell you the exact number of them he’s slept with—214.
If the friend you are trying to set up has dated another person in the friend group, this can make the situation…well, complicated.
Talk with both peeps and make sure there wouldn’t be any jealousy involved, or opt for setting up friends who don't have exes in the inner circle. "When both friends are available, interested, open, and seemingly ready to meet new people, it’s go-time.
Find me a group of 30-year-old men and I’ll pick out one overgrown frat dude living with roommates, another guy who just dropped his two kids off at school, a few who are well into their careers and a couple soul-searchers looking for work.Allow me to let you in on a li'l secret: When two of your friends get together, you're the one who really benefits. But let’s be real, setups can get messy if not done correctly.There are group vacays, endless double dates, and less “Omg, why don’t you like my boyfriend? Matchmaking involves two people who you actually like—and how many people even fall into that category in the whole wide world? “It’s important to reflect on their compatibility instead of just wanting to fix them up for convenience,” says Coleman.The Total Package is handsome—and you better believe he’s well-groomed.The Total Package has a hell of a career going, but don’t you for a second suggest that The Total Package would be a workaholic—The Total Package is a family man.
It's super important to take extra precautions before suggesting that two of your pals catch feelz for each other. Ignoring warning signs (like, if one is a player and the other is looking to settle down) will just lead to a messy breakup that could potentially involve you. “Don’t set them up for misery should they have different interests and wants from each other,” says Coleman.