Date: 2018-03-13 20:34
I agree Finn. I spent 7 years with a Mormon and couldn't adjust to religious differences, though I gave it a fair shot. We romantically fell in love. His faith put tremendous pressure on us to start a family, and after we married, I found out I couldn't have children based on health reasons. That was the beginning of the end. It was heart-rending. On a dating site I can see when having kids is a deal-breaker for a perspective mate.
Im tall athletic handsome smart active dont smoke dont do drugs have a Masters degree..none of that matters...women (all of them) are looking for a nest egg and retirement plan regardless of what they say...they ALL want to be wined and dined and jetsetted all over the world. American women are a mans worst nitemare oh yea..ive heard and seen it all. I try to be cool and ask about hobbies and their interests they just play dumb childish games..I hate women now I loathe and despise them..what a waste of tiime and energy online dating is lmao!!!
I have used a popular free site a few times with some success. But I will always wonder why a lot of women are on there seemingly forever. I've been told it's a form of 'online entertainment'. Maybe, but I think most women like the attention on a daily basis no matter who it's from and need some sort of reinforcement on a regular basis whether they are there to date or not
Oh, she's just so uncomfortable with 'old men' (of 95!!!) finding her sexually attractive! Oh the creepy! Then she dresses up in heels and a dress with a neckline that plunges to her soles and parades around, weeping and wailing and gnashing her teeth when men respond!
But the reason women always slept around is they're wired that way. As well as the evidence accumulated by Bergner you can look at "sperm wars" and paternity testing for proof. Why do sperm fight and kill one another? They have to if they want a chance at a fertilising an egg, because women have always slept around. And there were a lot of surprised people around when DNA testing of children first became possible.
I've been on Plenty of fish, okCupid, and since November. It is now April. On PoF, I got lots of views, but the only message was an offer to sell me drugs. On okCupid, I didn't even get but a few views, and no messages at all. On I got lots of views and lots of winks, but only from guys out of the state, and again, no messages. On and PoF, I even tried messaging guys first, but no responses. Almost all of friends married guys they met on these sites, but I have no idea how they did it.
My handicap is your hope, just wanted to let you know that. It's this effect where sure you might grab attention with height/looks but then if you can't carry it to the same level (they find out I'm just a regular dude and not a movie star/musician or whatever fantasy is playing in their head) it's almost worse I really feel.
No, we're not saying that dating someone with a disability is the same as courting a pigeon - stick with us on this one. As both a game and a thing that exists in the world, Katawa Shoujo teaches an invaluable lesson: never be too quick to judge. Our story starts on 9chan, which you might assume is incapable of producing anything heartfelt or genuinely touching. Not so. After striking up a discussion around a sketch of cute girls who all happen to have disabilities, a handful of 9chan users banded together to turn the concept into a dating sim.
I'm a writer, so my profile tends to attract men with a high intellect or a desire to find an emotional match, so they comment on something I'd written primarily. However, the ones that catch a peek at my attractiveness or curvaceousness do mention it in their first message and their ssecond message and their third message and in text messages and, sometimes, on a first date where it's inappropriate and, for lack of a better word, "creepy."
Pay close attention to what I have written my good sir - you married and have only been married 65 or so years. The odds are still about 55% that you will one day find yourself on a dating site looking for a new partner.