"the fact that I was driving somehow made him the 'date' and me the 'dater.'" 4. I was able to add numerous locations to my 'Bad Date Map of Los Angeles,' a pet project I started when Bob was run over. "Then last summer Bob contacted me out of the blue to see if I wanted to get together. A road accident involving some cyclists in Los Angeles had Bob thinking about his own brush with death, which evidently made him think of me." 6.
Jenny Bernheim and Fred Cipoletti Who: Jenny Bernheim, Margo and Me blogger Soulmate: Fred Cipoletti, film producer and photographer Together: Seven years How they met: It was half a decade ago and just one glance, a moment we shared amongst a sea of strangers.Not difficult in the sense that everyone’s married and there’s no one left, but hard in the sense that no one’s married and everyone’s looking for the next best thing.Los Angeles is a city that breeds beauty, ambition, and talent.We were both out with our friends in Los Angeles when he approached me and introduced himself.I can still remember what he was wearing and his shaggy hair at the time.[Discovering the City of Light — and each other — on a mother-son trip to Paris] So what happens on vacation — more than 15 percent said they have hooked up on a trip — stays on vacation, right? Nearly 25 percent of people said they would consider extending the relationship after the trip, and 42 percent said continuing the love match depends on how far away the other person lives.