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Big deal so she don't have any income!! What is that a reason she is not good enough to be your lady?? I don't care what the income is of any lady I date! I would be dating her because she is someone I want too be with!
What some lady has or has not is nothing I worry about ever! I look only that she loves me for me and is someone I love her just for her and not anything else!
So to me it don't matter if she is rich or Poor I'll date her for who she is and not what she has!! There is lots of free stuff in the world to do together and I don't mind giving gifts or paying for a meal or movie on occasion. But I won't pay their way through life. Would you ladies get involved with a guy with no money. But if there are children involved I want an agreement on paper to protect myself from the state. However most poor do nothing to work towards self sufficiency.
Foods don't grow at the store. Houses have to be build not grown. Most poor either drink or smoke, both of which I just can't tolerate. Why can't more people just live off a small piece of land like the Amish do?
Never lost a job in my life, and then in less than one year, I was laid off from one, and quit another after I realized they hired me on before they could really afford to do so.
I agree you spend a lot of quality time doing freebie or low cost things Nice characteristic of a future mate! Now there are going to be the people who will date you just for the extravagances We are talking a temporary set back? I don't have a problem with it.
I don't mind doing without, as long as I am happy in the relationship. I would much rather have a man tend to my "emotional" needs rather than financial. And, by that, I mean being kind, listening, touching, caressing, etc.
These are the most important aspects of any relationship. Let's face it, many of the men who are available for dating in my age group, have children and therefore, huge financial responsibilities. Quite often, they are paying out a significant chunk of their monthly income to child support and sometimes even spousal support.
And, then there are the extra expenses one must deal with that come up with children, not covered in the basic child support. So, I do not expect to be wined and dined every week.
I do not expect presents. Popping a dvd in and cuddling on the couch sounds just perfect. Now, as to the other question, I am a full time student right now. As such, I cannot contribute financially to dating ventures, unless they are inexpensive. What I do not put in, I do not expect from others. It is nice to be treated, though.
Because I am looking at a long term relationship, I would like someone who could contribute to a "comfortable" future together.
Of course, I would pull my fair share when capable. Thus is the modern relationship. When I met my guy, he was very stable financially. Excellant credit, strong income, ambition, responsible One thing is for sure I would not date anyone poor even if their pockets were stuffed with money, if you know what I mean.
I'm just beginning to forage my way into the world of dating again and I'm not really sure where to begin. I guess online sites are NOT the way to go huh? I think you are right.. Online dating is a very bad idea. Almost everyone is fake. I always tried to stay away from online dating sites. I didn't blame you. I simply said that "if" this is true then There are tons of people on these sites who are impatient and get bored with whatever "get to know you" strategy exists and want to quickly move to face to face.
Others don't put effort into asking questions that might reveal something about the person's character and are more interested in how funny he is or whether or not he also likes to go hiking. This certainly can account for the negative experiences a person has had on dating sites.
It's your job to figure out if that's you, not mine. Most people have difficulty honestly evaluating themselves to try to figure out how much of their negative experiences in life is something they can actually control and fix.
I just don't think it's a very balanced assessment. The upside is that I don't think the majority of your readers are necessarily looking for a balanced assessment.
Humans love to commiserate. In my opinion, sometimes what we need isn't what we want. I'm sorry you feel that my hub is "arrogant. I do not write hubs to tell people what to do, they are free to do as they wish and even if I did, so what? People can make up their own minds. The point of this hub is to share my experiences with online dating that show the uglier side of it. I have a right to do that.
I also find it interesting that you essentially blame me for my bad experiences. Did you read my profiles? Did you monitor my actions on these websites? Because if you did, then you would be qualified to judge my "efforts" and why I had the experience I did.
There definitely are men online who are looking for an actual relationship. I was one of them. I met someone online and we are happily married now with 3 kids. I would argue that the quality of the candidates online is no worse than that found out in the "real world".
Online sites give you an opportunity to vet the other person before you meet, which I found to be incredibly valuable. This works in your favor, because people who are just trying to have sex won't have the patience for significant back and forth emails or the wade in slowly model you find at eHarmony. If you're not putting effort into vetting your "candidates" then that may be a significant reason why your experience was so bad.
This is a great thing in disguise. In the dating world, the sooner you find out about a person's character flaws the better! When you catch one lying or being generally shallow or scummy, say "thank you" and walk away! They just did you a huge favor!
Instructions on how to write an interesting profile that catches someone's attention is not at all the same thing as instructions on how to be someone else. It's just not the same thing. If those instructions bleed into emails, phone calls, and face to face then that's problematic.
If it just applies to making a good profile then what's the harm in that? Dating online is not for everyone. Rejection can certainly come at a pretty fast clip because you have so many more potential candidates. In a bar or in life in general , you are rejected just as many times. You just don't see it or feel it.
But, if you are the kind of person that recognizes that people walk away for all sorts of reasons including their own brokeness, you will be less affected by that and this model will work for you. My problem with this article is the message that online dating is for no one.
I think this is a very arrogant statement. It would be better to let people find their own path. I would rather see you share your experience without deciding for them what to do. Hopefully that makes sense. I didn't ever lie in my profile and I actually do look like my pictures in "real life"… With that said is this….
I'm a 31 year old male. It seems many women have a "cyber bubble ego". Meaning that if there not interested they won't message you back. Which is pretty rude, considering most women would NEVER deny you like that in real life, nor would they even get the amount of attention they are getting online once they step out there front door.
It's a security complex of sorts. They like the attention there getting from guys. I'm 6'1' in very good shape. Masters degree, great job and have my life together well. The dates Ive been on were ALL jokes. Within the first 15 minutes the women were already lying about something.
One said she was 28 years old, ended up being 35 years old and still married living with her husband. Go figure, meet this girl up for Sushi. She looked like her picture all was well. Planned on doing something after lunch. When the bill arrives she leaves to the bathroom for over 25 minutes no joke I end up paying the bill.
She finally comes out and says "ooohhhh my girlfriend said she needs to meet up with me" I need to go to her house… Well she left her I-phone on the table and I could see her text messages as she was going through her purse. Online dating is a pathetic joke. Seems like it's for desperate people who are lazy in all honesty being blunt. I realized the signs to finally remove myself from online dating and do it the real and right way. I have found online dating to be inconsistent and mostly frustrating.
It's interesting how women who write so positively of themselves find themselves on these websites for months, if not years. For the person who is genuine, honest and is truly interested in finding ONLY one person, it's a daunting task. Women seem to love and thrive on all the attention and if they're narcissistic, well, they're in heaven.
For the simple man hoping to meet someone, they have to 'compete' with numerous others for women who would normally not get all the attention in a non-online dating avenue. One women mentioned that she didn't like all the attention because she couldn't imagine the 30 guys standing in front of her at one time who emailed her that day alone! It's superficial and used by most men and women as an ego boast with artificial ramifications.
All a woman has to do is place a pic with herself with puckered lips and wham-o, hundreds of idiots will comment. What is most hurtful is to find out that a women who you believed was only dating you, is still maintaining a profile and enjoying the attention. It's artificial and creates a false-sense of confidence thinking that just because many people view your profile or 'want to meet you' that you are now the talk of the town. I did meet a women online and dated for several months, only to find out that she still maintained an active profile and had over emails present when she accidently shared a pic from an email on her account.
Trust is everything in a relationship and with all the social media and tricks people play hiding information from those they are involved with, it's a nightmare being in the dating world of modern technology.
Just as you can meet a liar or a guy only looking for sex at a bar, work etc. Online is a bit of a minefield.
People do lie or 'exaggerate' shall we say. I had dates where the guys said they were 'intelligent, tall, witty, charming, good looking, funny'. Some are just plain odd, never had girlfriends, they would have no chance in a bar, so you have to wonder why they are online.
You would think it was easy, it does all the work for you pictures, interests, no awkward opening line. But guys mess around too.
Some endlessly view your profile, don't have any text or pictures, wink or don't make the first move. Then you exchange and couple of emails and they disappear! You want to look attractive and interesting, guys just make smutty comments or ask you out for a drink without really getting to know you.
Shame there isn't a way to filter less serious people. Especially when you are paying for the privilege. I'm a smart, attractive, funny, easy going, brunette with a lot to offer, but I don't get that much attention.
Guess guys are going for the younger, easy blonde bimbo types. I am looking for a relationship not sex or casual. What has happened to men I wonder? Excuse me, but I didn't choose to meet up with someone to have a one-night stand Does a woman ask to be raped? I am not blaming men, but rather warning women that not everything is as it seems on these dating sites based on my own personal experience.
Men do that too, they go for the hotties and complain they don't get responses. Both genders are at fault. Sorry to hear about your experience Linda, but even when you meet the old fashioned way, you still need to be wary until you feel certain you know the other person well! You are spot on with every observation you've made. I have experienced ALL of that and more with on-line dating websites. I have done the long-distance thing and ended up discovering down the road that "my boyfriend" was "dating" 5 other women long-distance , as well as sleeping with several women living in close proximity to him , all while LIVING with a woman!!!
I am for meeting the "old fashioned way" I met my wife online 6 years ago. In fact it's reported that 1 in 5 new relationships began online.
Online dating is just another option or tool for meeting new people. The internet did not invent liars and cheaters! The same people you'd meet online also go to the grocery store, beaches, parks, concert halls, nightclubs, universities, malls, and churches. At the end of the day you are responsible for the choices you make.
Don't blame the tool! Another common mistake people make is they assume all dating sites are the same. That's like believing staying at a Motel 6 is the same as staying at The Ritz Carlton hotel because they both offer cable TV and have beds. You have to do your research. Avoid the "free" or super cheap sites if you want to increase your odds of meeting a "quality" person. Last but not least take your time and get to know people. Use the same commonsense you'd use with meeting a stranger anywhere else.
Ok so you think that there are liars only online, and that there are no liars in real life? Have you tried a dating site? It works for some, not for others. If your ego is fragile, I suppose it is not the best avenue to meet a potential partner. I never really was vested in how a date turned out. Just tried to be open. I had a couple of nice dates. One guy decided to go home and take a nap when I told him I didn't do casual sex. The dates turned out that there was no mutual interest, or the guy was interested but I was not.
A couple of guys lied about their height. I am an attractive woman and in good shape, so I was in pretty high demand. But, I didn't meet anyone who was a good fit. Although, a couple of the guys were really nice, and one will most likely remain my friend. If you truly don't go in with the agenda that this HAS to be 'the one' and you can not get caught up in fantasy and just meet people, it is fine. Ultimately, I ended up getting back together with my ex boyfriend neither of us ever got over the other , so my experiment with on-line dating came to an end.
I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss it. It is just another way to meet a person, and if you aren't in an area or profession where it is easy to meet people, it can work. I've never felt the need for it, but I understand what you are saying. By the same token, perhaps I should stay away from Hubpages as well?
There is no room in my life for liars or deceivers. Life's just too short for that kind of enterprise. Actually, many women tend to put younger, thinner photos of themselves up I've talked to men who have had these experiences, and I asked them what the women said after they saw that clearly the woman lied about her weight, age, etc.
They told me that these women thought that maybe the guys could get past their appearance and like them based on the conversations they had previously or something along those lines. Sadly, nobody likes being lied to and the fact that the guy had been lied to on something as important and woman's appearance, it's no wonder guys get equally discouraged from using these sites.
I have never done the online dating thing so I am not sure what goes on there. I'll just ask because I do not know: If they do, I bet it is their very best one. Men are visual creatures and most of them are short-sighted enough to choose a woman based solely upon her physical beauty.
Knowing the fairer sex as I do Perhaps women should use an avatar instead of their real photo to force men into seeing what they're really about.
Force a man to fall in love with their words, thoughts, character, and spirit. When the time is right, reward him with a photograph and see where that goes. All men certainly do not think the same way, but you've never been a woman on these dating websites and experienced what I have I don't think it is fair to assume that all men think the same way. It is a very cynical approach.
Although some may think that I don't believe that all do. Other than that you made some really valid points. Maybe online dating and online relationships don't work. You really nailed it with this article from the men thinking we're all there for a hook-up to the disappointment if there's not instant chemistry. It's quite tragic really because ultimately men are passing on women who are a really great catch!
I pray that I never let you down and that I will be a source of strength and inspiration for you in the days to come. CJ, it can be a good thing and a bad thing to trust people too soon and to always try to see the good in people, I know because I tend to fall into that category as well.
Thank you so much for your kind words, I truly appreciate them! I will certainly follow you as well! A well-written and thought-provoking work of art. You gave us all wise words to live by I only wish I had read this sooner. I tend to be a trusting soul, but have had the "hard slap of reality" applied to my tender face on more than one occasion. I signed on to "follow" you just now, thinking I already had a while ago.
For some reason the silly follow button would not allow me to leave you fan mail. That being the case, I just wanted to say that I appreciate your perspectives and want to thank you for all your classy comments and Hubs. You are a breath of fresh air. I am not sure if "following" a man is a violation of your personal policy, but if you ever want to take a walk of the wild side by following a man I will reserve a seat of honor at my fire, especially for you. Thank you epigrmman, those are really kind words and I appreciate your input!
Life experience can be very valuable, whether that experience is good or bad, sometimes I find the bad experience to be the most valuable! I would sure love some warm weather here in Ottawa, it's a little cool for me, and I like it warmer. You are a world class writer who deserves to have her own 'advice' column in a daily newspaper online or off. Thank you for your profound and truthful words here and yes I've been there done that so to speak but experience is the essence of life isn't it - You would have to travel that road in order to know exactly what it all means.
Love your style and the effort that you put into this hub presentation - Canadians rock here at Hubpages, eh, lol. Sending you warm wishes and good energy and how has your winter been? Spring is definitely here now I would say. Yes, a lot of people do live double lives online. Some people just want to hook-up or escape their boring existence.
However, the truth of the matter is those same creeps that are sitting behind their computer, could just as easily be met at a coffee shop or any other place. You have to be careful no matter where you meet people these days. I think you have articulated what many women out there are feeling with regards to online dating. I too believe that the old fashioned way of meeting people is still the best!
Good luck to you! I am an attractive 58 yr old woman who works full time with a lucrative carrier, no baggage, no debt, basically can honestly say, "have quite a bit going for me". I have tried 4 different online dating sites. The results were all the same. The men were liars, needed, looking for sex, just plain clueless It has been the most depressing and unpleasant experience of my life.
I use to feel pretty good about myself until I started this phoney excuse for finding a meaningful relationship. I have decided I would rather be alone than spend more than half a day with any of the many men I met. A total waste of time and energy. I used to really trust and believe in people being inately good; however, that has changed. I feel like Iwas in a comma for5 the last 25 years and woke up to a world I no longer know. What has happened to men?
They ar not like the man as I remember him in my dating years prior to getting married in These dating sites are making someone very rich at the cost of peoples emotional health and finances.
My opinion is it is the biggest rip off of the melinium. For thos who haven't tried, don't bother If you are lonely like me, and miss having a menaingful relationship with the opposite sex, take my advise. Get out, do what you love to do, be happy with who you are and leave it to fate. So many scammers and losers out there. Not worth the time or money!!!!! I met my husband online 3 yrs ago. We we're lucky that we only lived an hour apart so we got to meet and date in real life very quickly.
Pure hilarity, unfortunately because it's true. I tried the online thing twice when I was single. It's a long story, but her mom was out of the picture, so I didn't have any time or space to meet women in the regular avenues, at work or otherwise.
I thought this might make me some sort of commodity or something! But most women seemed very turned off by a dude with a kid, except for the two single moms I did go out on dates with. But as you observe, I think they are mostly in a slim minority. Another intriguing piece, you've distracted me from a nap so that show's your writing is worth it's salt renegadeT!
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I Say Hello, You Say Good-Bye I don't think there is anything more devastating to a person's fragile ego than working up the courage to meet someone they like only to have that person take one look at them and say, "Oh crap!
Looks Shall Always Triumph Over Personality Online dating tends to favour people who are attractive even if they have very little to offer in the way of personality or character. Don't bother with these types or you'll waste your time. Have you ever visited an online dating website? Moral of the Story Alright so I have probably depressed the heck out of you by this point but it's far better that you know what you're up against out there in the online dating world than to get your hopes up only to have them smashed to pieces.
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After about a month online I started texting someone and we seemed to get along. I wished her well meant it and went home a few hundred dollars poorer.
I then deleted my account and haven't dated since. Additionally, assuming all that, she still somehow spends an inordinate amount of time with her "hubs," as evidenced by this somewhat angry retort to what she perceived to be -perhaps correctly so - a condescending post: I know dating online or offline can suck. Just don't give up. Test it and found no one really wants to date just browse. Any suggestions on what to do? I need actual advice for once. Online dating is awful.
Happily married to my wife who I have been with for 8 years. Sometimes even the photos are fake and 'borrowed' and god knows what else is not. This is all true. I had a very bad experience and Strongly Testify it. Most of the comment that I received were: And just like porn, I'm probably going to have to go to some weird, shameful, possibly illegal places before I get my rocks off.
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She was gone, and with her went a piece of my heart, plus I think she took my sunglasses too. Something still wasn't right. I just wasn't finding the kind of amoral psychopathy that I'm accustomed to on the Internet. I wanted the kind of girl that wouldn't just be a lover, but an accomplice.
The kind of girl that that would help you steal a wheelchair from a Goodwill because you twisted an ankle and it's a long way to the bus but mostly because chair-wheelies are the funnest. The kind of girl who would love you -- not in spite of your compassionless resentment for everybody that's not you, but because of it.
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