In an age of Instagram and dating apps, a ball created by, and for, the wealthy — back when formal dances were a way to meet potential mates and be introduced to “polite society” — seems like a quaint tradition

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    LOL. was first reaction....second was EEEeeewwwwwww!

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Anything beats online dating

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    THIS must be what happened to the EASTERN SEABOARD....NOW I UNDERSTAND!!!

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    The picture above looks like it came straight out of Gilmore Girls. It just goes to show that Amy Sherman Palladino wasn’t making it up!

    The picture above looks like it came straight out of Gilmore Girls. It just goes to show that Amy Sherman Palladino wasn’t making it up!

  • Replying to @nytimes

    They are no happier than just plain regular people. They cheat, get divorces, and sue each other.

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  • Replying to @nytimes

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Margaret Atwood...Now I see where GILEAD was born! Wow kudos foreseeing Americas future

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    This is very big in New Orleans. Seems to be entwined with Mardi Gras clubs.

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