Internet dating a waste of time
I met my ex of 3 years online, but it wasn't online dating.We met on a site where we had a mutual interest and she took a liking to my views and opinions. We talked for many months, exchanged photos, video chat, and the rest is history. After the breakup, these sites have led me to feeling worse about finding someone.
I don't care if that's how you want to live your life, but I'm not going to date you.you will be much better off for it in the long run.think of it as being a kid and being told that santa clause does not exist. Like you I have standards in who I would like to meet but its a waste if time .... from a woman's point of view its as though only scraps and left overs are on these sites who have been damaged by their exes in the past.Just because you know the truth now doesn't mean you cant enjoy and partake in the festivities You wanted a woman's perspective... I am on 3 dating websites and like you I do not think I will get anywhere. Some turn out to be quite perverted or are married.I know what I want from a relationship, so if something panned out, I wouldn't be rushing.What I discovered is that, at least for me, online dating is pretty depressing for men.I hear all of these success stories, but everyone I talk to is striking out just like me. your observation is correct.online dating is known as bottom of the barrel dating for most men.online dating is a good metaphor for the current state society finds itself in regarding inter-gender relationships.women want an idealized mate and they want it NOW without really willing to contribute anything worthy to society or the men in their of the women you will find on those sites are done riding the caraousel and see the wall looming in the horizon and are now looking for a provider type of man to settle down with. sleep with the bad boys during their prime and snag a provider once they start losing their you'd like to know more, there are many resources out there that explain this sexual revolution in clear detail.
just google the manosphere and prepare to take a wild ride down the rabbit are far from alone in this.
Part of me wants to know more and part of me is afraid of what I'm going to see/read!
I guess learning right away that online dating is probably a waste of time for a guy like myself.
I had one woman I found attractive e-mail me, but it became very obvious she had a lot of issues.
In short, wading into the online dating world has left me a bit depressed about finding someone new.
I was 60 when I started looking for a suitable man.