Online dating can be a great way to meet women as long as you don’t substitute online dating for the real thing.
The best way to use it is in combination with actually going out on weekends and talking to women in bars.
Artists are just like every other people on the planet.
They aren’t that different from everyone else, but they do bring something to the table that most of us don’t – creativity and passion.
Imagine you do miraculously happen to bump into a handsome, single man in the supermarket on one of your few trips out of the house.
Chances are that he’ll be presented with a stressed looking woman with bags under her eyes and unwashed hair scraped back in a ponytail and he’ll probably run a mile never to know what a funny, charming girl you actually are.
I’m sure there are other cons, too, but somehow I just can’t think of any. I can be insecure and nudgy and a bit in your face. Pros: I’m very patient, I have a good (if odd) sense of humor, I don’t stay angry for long, I don’t hit, I rarely drink, I’m very supportive, I’m a good listener, I don’t mind splitting chores, I’m a decent cook, I can fix your computer, I am intelligent (contrary to presented evidence), I will hold someone I’m with above my self, I love to give little surprises (not like your cat). Not bitter, easy going, I give plenty of space when asked and expect the same. In other words, I wouldn’t drain yours and am extremely ethical about monetary expectations. I know i give good head – i really like doing it and i don’t consider it a chore, so i think that helps.
Soemtimes what I consider wit may come across as too sharp and not be what you are looking for at the moment. I’ve had many, many, many people (including someone who knew for 90 minutes) tell me I “have a big, big heart.” Cons: I carry quite a bit of baggage, I like my space, and I’m an evil smoker (might be getting time to quit, though). Spoiled, lazy, prone to being a hermit, history of anxiety, not young and svelte. I want to date @Austinlad and @jeffgoldblumsprivatefacilities lol Hmmm…we all like space..( not a problem there, as in extreme geography ) hahaha I think though that @Austinlad and I have the most in common, I don’t date either. ;-) Pro: Good lookin’, educated, affectionate, funny, artistic, corn-fed yet wordly, crazzayyy! i am also a little freaky in the sack so if someone is freaky, i’m all for it.
This gives you the opportunity to chat with loads of guys you otherwise wouldn’t have and is a very efficient way of dating.
If you decide that you don’t fancy the guy after a few weeks of chatting then you can just move on to the next, happy in the knowledge that you haven’t had to waste time going on several real dates before realising this.
Internet dating is going from strength to strength as more people are turning to the internet to increase their chances of finding love. We don’t all have the time to go out every night, drape ourselves seductively over the bar and wait for a handsome man to come and sweep us off our feet.
Previously, meeting your partner online was considered a very strange thing to do; people would have wondered what was wrong with you and what sort of weirdo you had plucked from the internet, but nowadays people are seeing the benefits of online dating. No, work commitments mean we get precious little time to socialise in the evenings.
By the time we’ve finished our working day we’re often too tired to do anything except heat up last night’s leftovers and relax in front of some mindless TV.