“5 ways to crack online dating” is giving advice about – yes, you guessed it, online dating. They were giving the wrong kind of advice in my opinion.
There is no right or wrong with dating profiles. Well there is a lot of wrong on dating profiles but who cares?
I came across this hangout called “Perfect First Date” by TrippAdvice.com. It is quite interesting to hear things about dating from a man’s prospective but a few things made me cringe. So I thought I’d share my point of view based on some of my dating experiences.
Once a week, a friend of mine and I have decided to meet up and go for a walk alongside the beach. It’s a good way to keep in touch and catch up on gossip, a refreshing change to texting or Facebooking…
I often get the "I'm surprised that someone like you is single". Well things happen, and then when I mention I'm a member of a million and one dating sites, people think I'm crazy, that I’m making a huge mistake and wasting my time. So how is conventional dating better than online dating? A few
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I am surrounded by men. As in, I talk to men a lot. There’s H who I see everyday, and there’s my gay BFF who I talk to (almost) all day everyday and the occasional other men. I mostly talk to them about anything and everything that comes to mind. Most of the time of course I am just complaining to them about their kind. Most of the time, none of these men I talk to can provide me with any answers. They are just as baffled by other men’s behaviours. So, it is not me. I am not crazy. Men are stupid.
A few months ago, a tall, blonde, blue-eyed person sent me a message. In it, he told me his name, where he was from and why he was in my state. He also included his phone number, which I ignored. At the very end of his message, he added, “I am 6 ft 1.” I thought, okay, he read my profile in it’s entirety. I always make it a point to spell out which physical attributes I look for in a person. I used to tell my friends I would only date tall people, preferably 6 ft or over. They were to introduce me to such persons if they found any. Of course, they did not. They were better at finding me jobs than finding me men.
As a rule of thumb, after 7-8 messages you should know if there is a chance that you may be compatible, and then you should meet just to confirm and see how things go. I am not against long distance relationships, I have previously been in one that lasted for over 2 years. We lived in different countries and would only get to see each other every 3 months. If I had to do it again I would. I have absolutely no regrets, we had an awesome time, but that’s a story for another time.
Have you noticed how finding a good conversation topic is a problem we are faced with online dating? What to talk about? Some people are great conversation starters and some others -like me- are having a hard time to start. To solve the problem, I let men message me first.
Online dating has been a hugely successful phenomenon in recent years. Finding that special someone has never been easier, as communications have improved due to the rise of the internet. Males and females alike have been proven to love the concept of online dating, and it is not restricted by age. In fact, the largest growing audience for online dating is that of the over-50s. However, there is a huge range of online dating websites. The key thing that discerns them from each other is whether or not they charge for use.