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29-Nov-2016 01:19

Many guys are I suppose you might be interested in what I look like.I do have pictures available to send, but for now let me tell you that I stand approx. I have a broad / athletic build (like a linebacker, but with a neck *laughs*).Case in point: Emma showed me one email she’d received from a guy. He’s got a cute photo, a nice smile, a funny message…then I clicked on his profile.” short list to getting blocked.“I’d forgotten just how much of a feeding frenzy online dating is,” sighed my friend Emma.She’d just broken up with her boyfriend and had reactivated her OKCupid account.Men discovered common themes and common, shared experiences. What’s not noticed is the number of guys who have worked their way to acceptance and no longer write from anger.They are too busy improving themselves to let anger side track them. They start from anger and, over time, mature into something else or quietly fade away because the blogger has realized that his anger has subsided and so has his motivation to write.

(to do a woman’s bidding)” “Women don’t do those kind of things” “Work hard and sacrifice” “Be more in touch with your emotions and express them more” “Never, ever judge a woman” In days or yore, these were not lies.

Evidently the emails started rolling in almost as soon as she’d clicked “confirm”.

I’d been helping her fine-tune her profile and I’d had an opportunity to see some of the winners come in.

There was simply no way that Emma was going to bother to respond – this became a large clue to just what’s going on in his head and it wasn’t pretty.

I can understand the impulse; online dating is a frustrating exercise for when you’re complaining about how undatable you are. Complaining about it online is only make you look immature and betray a lack of emotional intelligence.

As it was, she was trying to adjust the quality of interest by systematically weeding out all of the apparent creeper-bait from her profile; she’d had to switch from “bi” to “straight” when the only responses she’d gotten were from guys.