Dating sites suck
I’m tardy to the party, but I’m finally trying out online dating -- again.
A few years ago, I made an account on Match.com, but deactivated it immediately after the trial period to make sure they didn’t draft .99 out of my bank account.
I am not angry, mad or bitter when writing this profile.
I speak my mind the way I want to, and if you're a sensitive female, then you know what to do: HIT NEXT. Before he listed his hobbies, interests and dating style like the profile prompter suggested, he made sure to give lurkers seven lengthy paragraphs about what he doesn’t like about women first. Women get a bad rap for a lot of stuff, especially when it comes to relationships -- on the Internet and in real life. We can’t let go of the guy who we thought “completed” us or would give us a big, pretty wedding.
You will ask her to meet up “in real life.” At the bar, you will chat nervously for an hour (she is not as pretty or as funny as you had hoped she’d be), and then you will be saddled with the check even though she ate most of the sweet potato fries.
Find that outlet that works for you, but don't pull women into your Bitter Fest on online dating sites when the objective is to find a companion.
It is a sad, soul-crushing place where good guys go to die a slow death by way of ignored messages and empty inboxes.
You will peruse profiles and find a few women who aren’t posing in a bathroom with their stomachs exposed.
Download it and chat (or as I call it, “fake text”) with guys. I went outside of my area, looking at guys in Texas, even as far as California just to see what’s out there.
With every profile I scanned, one thing became abundantly clear: Men are bitter. These weren't your unattractive or average "nice guys" who are down to their last options for date-hunting either.