Internet dating does it work
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Plus, due to its geographically meaningful initials, if anything were to blossom with someone, we could avoid embarrassment and tell people we met in Amid the excitement and stress of perfecting my own profile into something that paints a pretty, yet unique, picture, I have managed to go on a handful of dates.
Part of the blame has to go to me, and part of the blame has to go to my dates.
It’s as if society as a whole decided to swallow its pride and set up a profile.
Of course, society doesn’t want to seem desperate, so its profile still contains disclaimers such as “I’m really skeptical about this” or “I’m just too busy to meet people.” But we already get everything else we want online — news, goods, degrees, jobs — so why not people?
Otherwise there’s incentive for it to fail.· And get drunk, for pete’s sake.
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That meet-cute banter you had online/texting doesn’t necessarily translate to one-on-one conversation.