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I swiped yes.” Alex Davie had already been on a few Tinder dates after going through a divorce and wasn’t really looking for anything serious either when he swiped right on her profile.

He picked her up from her apartment and had packed a picnic.

They got a bottle of wine, sat on the patio, and he kissed her for the first time while they enjoyed the sunset.

She decided to keep it on her phone – just for fun – and she and her friend would be able to compare swipes. “I came across Alex’s picture and I just thought he was so handsome,” she says.

“We had a lot of the same interests, because it connects to your Facebook profile, and one of our favorite shows is “Doctor Who” on BBC, so I thought that was really cool.

In what may be considered a very smart pairing, American Mensa and Match have teamed up to provide a dating experience exclusively for Mensa members, as well as provide all Match members access to some of the most intelligent people in the nation.

American Mensa is an association made up of members who score in the 98th percentile on certified intelligence tests, and only one in 50 Americans qualify for this distinction.

But I did tell my friends, if you don’t hear from me in 24 hours, you better report me.” But Alex looked exactly like his picture, much to Kellie’s relief and delight.

She could tell when he saw her he was just as relieved she wasn’t catfishing him, either. “It was one of those really strange, yet surreal things that you feel like you’ve known the person for a long time, but you just met them.

“Partnering with Mensa now gives Match members another smart way to easily search for and connect with likeminded singles.” In addition to the presence of the Mensa brand on Match.com, the world’s largest dating service is launching Mensa Match.com, a dating portal for the exclusive use of Mensa members.

Here, Mensans can interact with millions of Match members, and can search specifically for Mensa-minded singles.

“I was at this crossroads,” says the publicist who was then Kellie Keyes.