It's just like the title says - it's your shot to comment/rant/shout with indignation/hurl fire and brimstone towards what you feel is flawed about the dating process. Since I'm asking the question, I'll go first:
"Dating is great when it's more about keeping one's mind open to the possibilities that come with meeting someone new and just having fun, instead of wondering how many days before calling/texting/delivering messages by carrier pigeon and other pop culture-influenced garbage that really doesn't matter."
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My biggest problem is the limbo before I know for sure whether or not there's mutual interest. I'm all for sexual tension (that's pretty damn good and a lot of fun, in my opinion), but the agony of "Is he going to call me? Maybe I should text him? We were into each other! We made out on the floor for an hour! Will it be weird if I text him? Oh my god, I'm one of those girls now," is absolutely ridiculous.
The more I actually like a guy, the less I feel like texting/calling because everything I think of saying is retarded beyond belief. And maybe he feels the same. But the state of limbo is what kills me.1