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Euphemisms for “Rich” and “Thin” in the Personals Section of the Latest Harvard Magazine

Rich:

1. “Professional”
2. “Harvard Business School grad”
3. “Professional”
3. “Professional”
4. “Generous”
5. “Well-off with metro and oceanfront homes”
6. “You are someone who loves global travel.”
7. “Philanthropy executive”
8. “…anywhere Italy, the Southwest, escapes to Berkshires homes…”
9. “Financially comfortable lifestyle”
10. “Accomplished professionally”
11. “Professional, accomplished”
12. “Former Silicon Valley CEO”
13. “Just back from two weeks photographing wildlife in Botswana, off to the Congo this winter.”
14. “Local and European museums”
15. “Seeking…financially stable man”
16. “Successful”
17. “Financial entrepreneur, art collector, tennis player, world traveler”
18. “Successful surgeon”
19. “Distinguished, successful”
20. “Successful”
21. “Passion for travel (especially Paris/Provence)”
22. “Featured in two HBS case studies”
23. “Accomplished”
24. “Executive”

Thin:

1. “Fit”
2. “Slim, fit”
3. “Fit”
4. “Fit”
5. “Slim”
6. “Swimmer’s build”
7. “Slender build”
8. “Lithe”
9. “Slender”
10. “Slim”
11. “Fit”
12. “Fit”
13. “You: …very slender”
14. “Seeks…thin.”
15. “Fit”
16. “Fit”
17. “Fit”

However, mad ups to “No longer a babe, but not an old bag.”

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