So I joined a popular dating website about two years ago now. I actually met my latest ex-girlfriend through this site. However since recently using it a bit more often, there have been certain things that are starting to irritate me somewhat:
Firstly (and I have been a little guilty of this myself in the past), I do not want to be texting you for a month, talking about meeting up, but never actually doing so.
If you want to meet me, here is my number and let’s go for a drink. As nerve-racking as it sometimes is, it really is that simple.
Secondly, my profile states who I am and the types that I go for; I tend to like women a bit older than myself, but of course this is based on your maturity level not mine.
I have a mild obsession with married straight women. I like feminine women, girly girls, with all the curves in all the right places. If you have read my profile, thank you, but some of you clearly didn’t think it through before deciding to send me that message.
You look like me. I don’t want to date ‘me’.
Which then means you either didn’t read my profile, or you’re suffering from an extreme case of reverse body dysmorphia.
Thirdly, I am always really frustrated by the generic “hi” messages;
Well “Hi” right back at yah.
This conversation is over. I mean it hasn’t even started and it’s already over. You like me, yet you’re expecting me to start the conversation? Nu-uh. Nope.
Another thing, if someone does not respond to your “Hi”, they’re not being rude, they’re just not interested.
There is no point in engaging in conversation with someone if you’re not interested. It’s called leading someone on or getting someone’s hopes up. So when they don’t respond, please girls have some self-respect because this –
“Hiya hun” (15:37)
Let me tell you, it’s not cute. It’s desperate.
Lastly, but probably the most important one for me – do not start a conversation with me by telling me where I work, please. It’s a little bit weird and kind of slightly stalker-ish. Do I tell you where you work? Who your friends are? No, no I do not. “You work in that bar don’t you?” Yes. Yes I do…