Date: 2018-03-09 03:18
I think the anger from both men and women in this thread boils down to that. 99% of people on dating sites are overly focused on looks and are extremely superficial. If you're not, then man or woman, I don't think your experience at dating sites is going to be very positive unless you are exceedingly lucky and find a guy who feels the same way you do.
“I broke up with my girlfriend over creative differences. I thought I was creative. She thought differently.” Phil Wang
6. How ironic it is that only the most 8775 Unwanted 8776 people are the topmost names on a 8775 Wanted 8776 list!
Chegwin, 58, claimed that all the jokes are his own or so old that their writers would be dead and dismissed the comedians as ‘the usual bunch of jealous comics.’
The problem with Match is that most of the profiles are inactive. The people you messaged probably never saw it to begin with.
Bond [after being asked whether he slept well the morning after he made love to May Day]: “A little restless but I got off eventually.”
In a society that values shallow beliefs, physical beauty, and cultural uniformity my attempt to find a truly unique individual has so far been unsuccessful. Due to my differing belief system (actually formed by myself through a couple decades of searching both inside and out) utilizing the internet to find a partner provides slightly better odds than winning the lottery without buying a ticket.
If only a simple Hello would suffice, because reading a dozen ENTIRE profiles every day is time consuming and a little draining on the mind. That isn't even considering that I then need to choose which women I feel I could bond with over either similar outlooks on life or common interests and goals. If only looks were all that mattered, or better yet if looks didn't even matter. Alas they do, and everybody is attracted to people with similar genetic markers to themselves. If the world weren't like that though, we'd join a site and be done the next day.
Unfortunately, the reality is nowhere near that fantasy. To get some insight into what women go through on these dating websites, I pulled aside one of my family members who I knew had spent some time on these sites looking for her future spouse. By the time of this interview, she had already given up and moved on, finally discovering her future husband while visiting old friends at her alma mater. Her responses completely surprised me.
Both sides have their rights and wrongs. I always liked meeting people in Internet. I always thought (and I still do) that dating websites are a great idea. I always protect dating websites because of a simple reason - it's a public place where real people are showing themselves. You found creepy people on dating websites? Sure, but you know that they also exist in real life and you could meet them on a classic date, right?