Date: 2018-02-10 09:51
I feel the same way about the guys looking at my profile. I actually told him that I was not a puppy that he got to pick out and decide to date.
Today the weather here is beautiful, I just wish I had someone to share it with. Picnics, walking hand and hand, how nice. I like a man who has passion in his heart and romance in his eyes. I look for a man who has HUMOR, COMPASSION, HONESTY, INTERGITY, LOYALITY, FAITHFULNESS, and who is a good communicator.
This last profile below gets the highest great for both the content and the creativity. It almost sounds like a poem. What I particularly like about this profile is that it shows that a woman hasn 8767 t lost faith in true love and romance but at the same time she is also realistic. The ending of it might sound a bit on a more desperate side, but all in all maybe it 8767 s not such a terrible thing to sound a bit desperate for love and connection if that 8767 s how you really feel.
I did the singles scene in all its iterations (singles bars, singles dances, dating services, etc.) starting in the late 65s and through the 75s. One common thread was that, for the most part, the singles scene attracted people you would not want to bring home to mother and I think that is still the case. Guys were creeps who wore their shirts open down to the nevel and the gils were princeses who figured their s**t didn't stink. Most of the time they wound up going home together and they deserved each other. Nice guys and gils next door never stood a chance in the meat market atmosphere.
The "bad boys" understand all this, and they know how to play the modern game to their advantage with "catch and release" strategies.
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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?
It seems as if very few people have done the internal work required to truly know oneself. That was one of the main points I was attempting to get across. My long winded explanation may have been an ineffectual attempt at explaining my reasoning behind this issue.
Us average looking girls, but with a great personality, who aren't as fussy and just want a genuine guy. get ignored. I do believe that men are more shallow than women. You can see this everywhere you look online.
I don 8767 t follow the logic behind the statement that a significant number of fake profiles supports the claim of gender imbalance. I wouldn 8767 t argue that there is a gender imbalance. It wouldn 8767 t surprise me if reliable data ever proved it exists, because it would reflect how the genders tend to behave in offline. It would make sense to me if data reflected that their online behavior was somewhat similar. But I don 8767 t think the OLD industry has reliable data about anything, except maybe how much money they 8767 re making.