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We do talk about social media, we do follow them on social media, and we do follow them and see what are they showing to the public, as far as their love life goes, and how they’re acting because that behavior has to change. Women are calling me, like A-listers calling me, Academy Award-winning actresses, and saying, “Where the f–k are the men? You know, like, I’ll give you an example: I have a new product coming out called Pat Emoji, which just came out on the App Store.A lot of people make a lot of mistakes on social media. Women have to go to Europe and other countries to find men who will treat them better. Men are not available — we have 20,000 more men than women in L. And it’s emojis, and the emojis are my sayings and my isms. Okay, well this is a terrible ism, and I don’t use this — you’ve never heard me say this — she’ll say,  “One hole is just like any other hole, Patti. Just be careful who gets into your hole.” In other words, when men stick it in, they don’t care who they’re stickin’ it into. After the show, David caught the "love bug" and began setting up friends and launched his website 'Finding Cupid,' a blog about gay and straight relationships.The blog’s successes eventually helped spin 'Finding Cupid' off into a radio show and podcast. 11 to talk about the sixth season of her Bravo hit. The reality star, 51, stopped by Us Weekly's New York City offices Jan.
The club also works closely with leading psychologists, relationship counselors, date coaches, hypnotherapists and image consultants, as well as with a variety of top-notch personal trainers and hairstylists.This new union is a significant next step in solidifying WE tv’s standing as the premier destination for unscripted relationship programming. Stanger will serve as the executive producer and producer on a new WE tv series to be announced soon and will executive produce a second project that she has developed and which WE tv will pilot later this year.“Patti has built her brand and reputation on bringing people together and that’s exactly in line with the brand we’ve cultivated at WE tv,” said Marc Juris, WE tv’s president.And so, it’s not about getting the guy and the girl in the end. So we make decisions based on trauma that happens in our life, and then we create a road that we take in love that never, ever works. that’s what made Last season you introduced the hotel and sort of spying on people before they come and meet you. We do The Luxe Hotel, which is a very exclusive hotel in Beverly Hills — up in the hills of Bel Air, actually — and we use i Pads, and we use Roku on the screen, and we do sometimes spy on people, but that’s pretty much it. In the opening sequence, you said you come from a family of matchmakers.There’s no apps connection or anything like that, or social media. Does your method differ at all from your family’s methods? It wasn’t a business, it was more to get people married, because it was in the ’60s.