So I figured I'd try out this whole online dating thing. I joined okcupid.com and finished putting up my profile and pictures, etc. So far I've basically looked a few girls profiles and messaged some of the ones I thought I had things in common with. A few have messaged me back, so I'm asking simple questions based off of what they said in their profiles, but I feel like the convo is going no where online. I'm not looking for a girl to email. I actually want to meet her in person and go on a date. How exactly can I ask her on a simple date without actually saying "He so I know we haven't talked for more than 2 emails but want to go on a date" lol... thanks for the advice!
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Haha... I got OKCUPID too. Anyway heads up. Online dating can be more stressful than actually dating offline. Reasons why? One, people look at your pictures before they even read your profile. Two, women on OKCUPID, are very picky trust me. They exaggerate about what they do, and plenty of other things. The profiles are very cliche, meaning the women on there are not very unique. Women on there tend to lie about what they do just to get someone better than they are, trust me they do that a lot. Ex; I got a BA on bla bla bla, and I'm going to graduate school for this. Then in their what people notice about them, all they put is physical features, not characteristics. Be careful on there, women lie a lot about who they are, when you go online dating don't idealize a something right away, you know just get to know the person, then go on a date and see if you click or not. Don't go expecting you're going to end up together and all those happy thoughts.
PS; if they don't like you, they will try to play you with the line, "Well, I'm just looking for friends nothing more, I just want to get to know people." That means their not interested. Yep, they try to do that when they meet you in person, if they don't like you, or they see they can't take advantage of you money wise.0
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