When a man joins a dating website, it’s not really a huge risk.
So today, I’m deleting all of my online dating profiles, and venturing out onto a brave new experiment called, “real life”.
Either they are very unattractive to me, or they have some kind of rude personality that turns guys off to them in real life. Occasionally, there are attractive single girls without kids who appear online.
Lots of these girls put on their profile, “I’m a ***** and if you can’t handle it, then **** off! When this happens, the entire pool of guys starts messaging them things like, “How’s it goin?
Then there is the idea that her boss might see, or her friends, or her neighbors, or the guy at the gas station.
The whole world sees her as desperate enough to resort to online dating.
Now, I know that it seems cruel to favor girls without kids, but – I’ve dated single mothers before. Also, when a woman has a kid, it’s harder to find any time to learn who the woman is. I played with him, disciplined him, tucked him in at night, and read him stories – the whole thing. So when we finally hit a small bump in the road, the relationship crumbled. And with Christmas around the corner, I’m simply not ready to be a father figure AND Santa Claus.
There IS a chance that someone might stalk her, or threaten her, or send her inappropriate pictures. And if she is pretty, her inbox will be flooded with messages from guys who only want one thing.But the test sees that you answered opposite, and lowers your match score!The same thing happened with, “Would you date someone with hair on their chest?” Guys and girls naturally answer that oppositely, and that skews the test.Then there are the dumb questions like, “Which way do you like to put the toilet paper roll?Even worse, I’ve had girls who tell me that my problem is, I’m not creepy enough. Then, she might have a six hundred pound gorilla boyfriend around the corner.