Too many men on dating sites
As history has it, when people defected from My Space to Facebook, that online community became a dust town.Dating sites like Ok Cupid and Plenty of Fish (POF) became more popular.
So, this brings me to my question: In this "day and age" is the issue in the single world that we have too many options? After meeting several new friends, people I hope I never have to have coffee again, and some people that clearly just weren't meant for me, I found a wonderful man. Some from men who just "winked" and never returned, some men who wrote one email and never returned, some turned in to dates, some into dates I wish I had not wasted my makeup on, and one turned into more -- for a short period of time.I tell all my single guy friends to watch out for online dating.It is a sad, soul-crushing place where good guys go to die a slow death by way of ignored messages and empty inboxes.People don't feel comfortable approaching each other because of what society has labeled them.If a woman approaches a man she's desperate or horny.You will try to split it, but he will pay, and you will stand to re-wrap yourself against the frigid wind.
You will part ways, and you will probably, almost certainly, begin again the next day with another “Hey there…” message from the next contender.
I’m not the typical “guy” who posts shirtless pictures of himself on dating sites or sends unsolicited pictures of his genitals to random women.
But I am a guy who is fond of online dating sites, so I have a few tips that might help you when using them.
After the fall of My Space, I eventually created my Ok Cupid account.
I really got into the quizzes that members could take. Ok Cupid prides themselves on the ability to match people based on responses to their surveys.
You will peruse profiles and find a few women who aren’t posing in a bathroom with their stomachs exposed.