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I don't usually start off a post with the impact points right at the beginning.
But I want to lay these out first -- because they're so vital to solid message writing -- and we'll get into the "whys" and the "hows" in a moment.
After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website.
I don’t think you actually know just how awful dating is these days. Maybe, you’re actually single and you’re currently out there too, with me, in the wild, of online dating.
So the real reason I decided to start writing this post like 37 paragraphs ago before I started just word vomiting everywhere, was to share my recent disappointment a few weeks ago, with dating in 2015. We had a great conversation, lots of LOLs and such.
I was messaging this girl on for about a week, we exchanged numbers, she told me to give her a call.
And by posting it here, humbly in front of all of you, I hope to do better going forward.
And I knew that it’s ridiculous for a 23 year old to actually be concerned about dying old and alone at 23. That’s why there was always an “LOL” after I mentioned to people I was doing online dating in my new city of San Diego. But my outlook of dating has become more and more jaded of online dating over the years.
Since communication style has changed to basically texting or in app messaging, it’s so much easier to just stop communicating as a process to dating.
And it’s much more socially acceptable to just not reply.
Now, now at the age of 32, I’m doing online dating because “I don’t want to die old and alone, LOL”, it’s the same, but a slightly different “LOL”. And believe it or not, it’s not because I’m getting older and still single. My outlook of dating online is increasingly becoming more and more jaded, each and every day, because the process, systems and methodology of online dating itself is becoming worse and worse. I just moved to San Deigo for a job out of college. CAN YOU FUCKING IMAGINE IF I CALLED A GIRL IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHE GAVE ME HER NUMBER TODAY?
I was SUPER hesitant about doing online dating because of the stigma, at the time, of online dating. I was new to San Diego, didn’t know anyone, and thought WHY NOT. Fast forward to 2 months after I moved to San Diego, I was messaging with this girl on Plenty of Fish, she gave me her number, and asked me to call her so we could have a conversation on the phone first. HOW ABOUT IF I OFFERED TO PICK HER UP FOR THE DATE? Females, appropriately so, should be hesitant and error on the side of caution/safety when meeting guys online.