Seriously... just be honest but don't get mad If I say you are lazy with those stupid selfies in your toothpaste stained mirrors and dirty bedrooms. Most of you are lazy when it comes to online dating then cry that it doesn't work and frankly I can't stand it anymore. For those of you who say it's only for the good looking people I say... blah blah blah... thats not true. The truth is most people put up online dating profiles within 5 minutes just so they can hurry up and start looking at the profiles. I get it... but you never go back and fix your profile or your photos or your grammar.
So let's be honest here... which is it? Are you just lazy or do you really need some help? I will be happy to help as long as your honest with what is really going on. So please... let me know... why you think it's not working for you so I can steer you in the right direction. Of course... they say... you can only lead a horse to water... but you can't make them...
Most Helpful Girl
I'd be open for it because there aren't a lot of guys who have the qualities I like in the area I live in. However, so far, I haven't needed to go online. I think it's a good way to date though, you get to meet people you would probably never have known existed before :)1
Most Helpful Guy
Why do I dislike on-line dating.
The reasons include, but are not limited to:
1. If the pix of the woman is of someone who looks better than a swamp donkey, the profile is a fake created by either the site owners to part men from their money, or scammers in Nigeria or Ghana.
2. It has been my experience that the small number of female profiles that are genuine belong to women who have psychiatric disorders.
3. During my brief experimentation with on-line dating, I tried two sites. As well as the experiences stated above, on each site I received about 200 messages each week from black men in Ghana and Nigeria who pretended, very badly, to be white women in some far-away place who needed financial help to return home so that they could become the love of my life. For a while, It seemed that the Ghanian capital, Akra, was packed with beautiful white women who had been doing some sort of humanitarian work with the United Nations, but had fallen on hard times and were stuck in Akra.0