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I don't have any luck at all on dating sites and wondering why? I'm also wondering do any other guys and women have the same lack of luck I have on them? What's best way to talk to people on those types of sites? BTW I am never rude to anyone or send stupid crude messages like some idiots do. Report 5 years ago 2. Pretty soul destroying, particularly for men.
Converts dating in to something even more competitive and less rewarding than a job interview. Any contacts are likely to be riddled with frustration.
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I would stick to the work, pub, friends of friends or hobbies as potential sources of partners Report 5 years ago 3. Original post by Curtis Donovan I don't have any luck at all on dating sites and wondering why? Report 5 years ago 4. Whether they're a "waste of time" is rather down to you to decide, depending on what else you could be doing instead. But they're definitely pretty unrewarding and frustrating due to a number of quite obvious reasons. I have absolutely no doubt that on a minute-for-minute basis, going out to intentionally meet girls in real life is far more productive and successful.
But, if you spend a lot of time at the computer anywhere then tbh they can be quite entertaining and, from time to time, can lead to decent meetings. Report 5 years ago 5. My older sister is dating someone she met on a dating site and he's lovely, she'd never have met someone like him in a club or wherever. I think dating sites are really good because they give you a chance to think rationally, to see a persons interests, to see if they are suitable.
Only thing, I think paid dating sites are a lot better, the free ones attract people who just want to have fun or just put themselves up there for a laugh or something to do. As for having luck with them, I think if you are having bad luck, there's either something wrong with your description and you're being to fussy with too high standards. My sister met up with people who she wouldn't have ever have said were her type, and it turned out to be the best decision. Report 5 years ago 6.
A lot of men think online dating is easy for women as they get more messages, which is true in most cases, however having to carefully explain to thick chavs that you're not a prostitue despite the fact you've stated you're looking for a relationship and don't even have cleavage pics gets soul destroying after a while. I wonder what was so offensive about my post? Theme a dating site around sex, and the userbase is virtually all male. Theme it around status and money, and the userbase is overwhelmingly female.
The two key biases of desire are really interesting, because in face to face situations, only one of them is open to distortion. Essentially, women cannot lie about their sex appeal. But men can lie about their status and means.
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Hence, men can, according to widespread perception and the biases of desire, falsely glorify their image and value much more easily than women can. In the offline world, timewasting is easier for men, simply because their leading means of gaining attention is open to distortion. The Internet allows anyone to fake their levels of sex appeal. On the Web, people can pretend to have a completely different appearance. That would unquestionably gain her masses of attention. And this is where it gets even more interesting. But the great majority of the profile creators are not women.
So it seems that this is not just a matter of opportunity. Lying and tricking for attention is a fundamentally male urge. We were talking online messaging for about a week. He gave me his number and said lets talk on the phone. The only thing I did not really take into consideration was the distance. He was 2 hours away from me..
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Then I felt bad and I was like should I call him but for what? The guy lives 2 hours away is this really going to turn into something? I am not looking for a long distance relationship. SO my point is that sometimes we go in with one mindset then something clicks and we change our minds. However, there are success stories. I have met many nice guys online. Do not stereo type every guy because of one bad nut.
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Its just this has happened or variations of this has happened so many times to me. Im fed up with it.
I guess I just need to keep on hoping there will be a normal guy out there but it really does make you question everything and I dont want to be like that I just want to relax and have fun with it all. I had some weird experiences last week on OKC but had an outstanding date with a terrific gentleman and have weeded it down to 6 now who seem genuine. I spent a lot of time determining my criteria. As you get older you realize what is really important. Who knows and who cares why they do what they do. I think men and women online are generally talking to quite a few people.
Gina I know its been so many instances like that and thats why I came off it before and ladies thankyou Im very glad to hear that Im not alone with these issues then. I definitely dont take it personally and Im happy to keep on keeping on for now. Its just hard when u have kids and dont get out too much and online is your only viable option to date and then you see all these guys on a dating website yet u never seem to quite make it to the date part lol. It is frustrating but it can work with patience and a thick skin! Surely it is easier but is it nice?
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If a guy normally does not fade, but then someone fades on him, he is likely to do it to the next woman. Yup Maria i agree its a cowardly and lame thing to do. I would never fade on a guy ever. If im not interested I like it to be a clean break and final as men dont always take the hint.