Well if you own it and ride it that's totally legit
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We'll see, thanks
I hope you find what you are looking for, but the lower expectations you have the less disappointed you will be
My expectations are pretty low because it's online, lol
What are you specifically looking for?A relationshipCasual datingHookupsOr friends with benefits arrangements?
Are you fine with sex on the first date?
Not gonna happen. I've been on several first dates. None of them involved sex and many not even a kiss. Still got the callbacks. Maybe at my age it's less about the hookups.
Then it might be not that easy,But amongst the ladies that i have worked with, your age bracket has the guys who weren't into dating, rather were into just sex
In that case I would say also yes, false advertising there too
LOLWell what if someone is holding a dog that died or have long hair that is now cutI mean its part of online lol
Photos should show you as you look NOW. As for the dog - it implies a dog lover?
Yea but people pick photos on good they look lolIts online. Of course. Thats all you have to go on No?
Yeah of course but they should still be realistic
But its almost like a resume for work lolWhat you did 10 years ago may no be you today but no one will say that if the job requires that 10 year ago reference lolSame idea. Its like ya it may not be hi today but it was and still important to his character Hum yes or no? Lol
Lol for me no. If I don't do it or look like that now, I won't use it
Well lol ill assume you are serious and not joking aroundBet you never even had casual sex? Right? Lol
Well yeah I have in the past but what does that have to do with this comment?
No, lots of guys my age have bikes and it's about the person for me. I just thought the photo implied that he still rides
Well i don't think its false advertising. I've taken pics with superbikes and posted them on dating sites. It looks cool. I only have a normal bike.
Lol you're part of the problem then
Yep. Think of it this way. Suppose you posted a picture of you in a stunning dress and then you got rid of the dress. Does that mean the picture is no longer valid and is false advertisement?
If that dress was so old that I had gotten rid of it then the picture is not current enough.
What if you tore it or spilled something and couldn't get it cleaned.
The bike implies it's still a hobby. It's not
It doesn’t imply anything
So if I post a picture of me weighing 120 lbs in a bikini and I'm now 1000 lbs - does that picture not imply that I'm still fit?
You’re talking about an item not a part of a person