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Correction appended, April 15 The new place for over scheduled New Yorkers to land a date could be a…laundromat.
The Wash House, a small “laundry bistro” with three washers and three dryers that opened March 6 in the East Village (think “La Vie Boheme” from offers drop off service in a casual, coffee house setting, and hopes to cater to young workaholics who may be trying to turn the tide on their neglected social lives, so to speak.
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“I have thought about doing a speed-dating thing here just because doing laundry is so intimate,” he says.“You’re sitting at the same folding table, that’s a natural place for conversation,” says Susan Schindler, founder of Brain Wash, who ran it between 19.“I used to always joke it was great because a guy could look and see exactly what kind of underwear a girl is wearing as she’s folding.“You’re bringing in your undergarments, you’re cleaning, you’re cleansing, but maybe you’re trying to find someone too, so you kind of take away that thin veil that everyone has on.” “It’s like the new way to pick up people — at the laundromat!” Kerzner chimes in, citing the music video for “Every Heartbeat”, in which Grammy-winning singer Amy Grant (known for “Baby, Baby”) meets the glance of a hot guy, and the two toss aside the book they are reading called “Shyness” and start unbuttoning their clothes.