I am not a super routine-driven person, but on Sundays after church and lunch, I always come home to read two things: that week's posts on Post Secret and the Washington Post's Date Lab. I like Post Secret because it's always poignant and sad. Date Lab, on the other hand, is hilarious. The post matches up people for a blind date, and 9 times out of 10, it's a disaster. Other people's uncomfortable awkwardness is hard to beat when it comes to free entertainment.
Anyway, the point of this post is that this week, the Post took up a challenge to its matchmaking skills from those who said a monkey could make better matches than the editors do. As it turns out, the critics were right.