Stupid online dating messages
I may also be aesthetically challenged and a sexual deviant, but that’s something other people would have to verify.
Most people that have dating profiles feel that they can’t find what they’re looking for in traditional ways. I work from home, so I don’t get out a lot during the day. In my scientific polling of some women I’ve known, they have almost universally said they don’t message men on dating sites.
I like a relationship to be a story that you can tell someone, and I could never imagine the beginning of that story being “we met on datingsite.com”.
This summer, I attended the wedding of a couple that started with an Ok Cupid date; surely that meant that men who were taking the time to sign up and fill out a profile would be normal and looking for a girlfriend?
It turns out that my main trait that attracts trolls in bars (being a woman who is alive) attracts just as many trolls online.
I’ve been trying to determine the first time I ever opened an online dating account and as far as I can tell it was in 2003 when I created a profile on Yahoo Personals.
I vaguely remember browsing for free and coming across a profile that intrigued me, which of course meant I had to put down some cash to send a message to whatever vexing minx shared my lack of social skills.