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Most Helpful Guy
Both my job revolves around customer service so I meet and talk with new people literately every day almost but at the same time I like to just be able to relax and do the same thing online to, plus you know there are some pretty great people on the web to that you would have never met otherwise so I see the benefits in both.
Though obviously the online dating thing wouldn't always be online you'd want to take steps to turn it into an actual online relationship.0
Most Helpful Girl
Like accomplice said, most think online dating is an alternative to meeting someone in person, when in fact it's just a tool to allow for the opportunity to meet a person who could be a potential match. It's not that easy to just bump into a person somewhere in public and end up with them. I'm a grad student. My very small class of 6 students is all female. Between doing homework, internship, and just normal living activities like maintaining my apartment, I don't have time to meet people out and about. The place I'll most likely end up working after my degree has few male employees in the departments where I'd apply. Online is really the only way for me to find someone when I even have that time available.0