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Before I even finished posting my profile on Plenty of Fish, I had three messages in my inbox. The guy from Plenty of Fish and I are still exchanging sweet though infrequent texts.
Within half an hour of posting on e Harmony and Match.com, I had several messages there too. Yes, I am really much more into him than he is into me.
I registered with Fellody, e Harmony, Match.com, Perfect Match, OK Cupid, Plenty of Fish and Zoosk.
That’s a lot of dating sites, I know, but if you’re going to do it, do it all the way, right?
Us girls know what's up...- Barely filling in your profile and saying something to the effect of "I don't like writing about myself." or "I'm an open book. Most women aren't superficial or materialistic, but there are some basics that make dating a lot easier - ie, money and a car.- Don't ask for full body shot or nude pics...
EVER...unless we ask first, then you send, we receive, we show all of our friends and we enever return the favor.
thus, Jen’s Dating Experiment was born, perhaps the best and worst idea I’ve ever had.
A few months ago, I realized something troubling: I haven’t been on a real date in ages. Feeling emboldened by a nasty break-up, I decided to completely revamp my dating life. The first obvious step in dating is meeting men, but where does a nearly-40 girl meet eligible men?
By “real date” I mean that a guy I know hasn’t called me, asked me out a few days ahead of time, picked me up, done something together, then dropped me off, in (literally) years. Turns out, there are really three places: online, on blind dates, and “organically” (making connections with men I see as I go about my day).
I comb through my potential matches and, after an hour, I have three potentials. I did connect with a handful of men in my week that were interesting, intelligent, and nice, so they’re not all pervs — you just have to be prepared, and picky. And there is something very liberating about online dating.
I add them to my “favorites,” not realizing they’re informed of this. We message back and forth, and he asks me to meet for coffee… Should I go for it, or, against my spontaneous nature, play a little hard to get? First of all, when you’re creating your online profile, you’re forced to think about what you want in a relationship, something we all ought to be doing, but few of us actually DO.