Date: 2018-02-07 00:53
Have you had any bad experiences with online dating? What about good experiences? Leave me a comment below and tell me about it!
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Also I have been playing around on Badoo but the girls are 95% hot, whereas all the other sites are 5% so it seems like a scam to me. I think it was created by a Russian hacker so that figures.
So then he suggests that I drive to a desolate town where my cellphone coverage is sketchy and we could find something there. I say no due to:
6. Not feeling comfortable with that.
7. Having sketchy phone coverage there.
8. Driving over 85 minutes for me to meet him just didn't feel ideal.
9. Not having any set agreed upon location.
5. It's the south, I don't trust going strange out of way places that I'm not sure of.
First you say: Try getting maybe one or two messages a month. from women ten years older than you that weigh more than you.
Another reason I don't favor online dating is it sets most up with this "let me look for grass that might be greener on the side" type mentality
Fish on! I actually clicked on it you bastard thinking I 8767 d get a good laugh I guess I 8767 m not the sharpest tool in the shed..!!
Just recently someone told me she was a sapiosexual. I had to google in. I also had one a while back who told me she was a pan sexual. I asked if that meant she was going to do my dishes after I fucked her. Turns out, that is not what that means.
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I think that there are other, more important sources of conflict than a difference in associations to words. Most of the conflicts are caused by clashing interests and goals, and the ways they are worded are completely irrelevant.