Well, it's a bigger pool of potential partners online, plus they may be more likely to be single
Exactly! I live in a small city as is, so that makes it even worse. So in my instance, I'm actually better off dating online. I know most people are opposed to it, but for some of us, it's the only option.
But it’s also much easier to friendzone someone you’ve met online, especially if you haven’t met them in person.
Oh believe me, I know.That's usually what happens to me after I show a guy that supposed liked me, or rather my personality, online or dating sites: friendzoned. Which works out better, less awkwardness unlike rejecting or friendzoning someone in person that you have to see on a regular basis.
But are you giving them a real chance?
Oh no, you misunderstood me: they friendzoned ME, not I friendzoned them, lol. I'll be honest with you, I cannot even recall the last time I friendzoned a guy, much less in person! As a matter of fact, the last guy I liked in person, about a year ago, friendzoned me. He claimed he liked me and wanted a relationship with me, yet when I asked him out- he said we should just remain friends. ...After that he went from flirting with me, to treating me like a platonic friend. Like what the hell... you men genuinely confuse me sometime, haha.
Well, of course not knowing you and not being there any seeing these interactions leaves anyone with an incomplete picture, but in my experience that usually happens when a guy is talking to multiple women.
Thanks For MHO :)
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was meant as a reply to cynicaldreamer
Yes, you did...
You just had a bad apple
She sure was. But she did tell me she was messed up. I should have listened.