When I said I had tried all of that already I was only being truthful and honest, yet I get slammed for it?
There are also no physical cues or consequences--no visible communication gestures, raised eyebrows, grimaces, and so on--to keep people's behavior in check.If someone is the wrong height or wears the wrong shoes or makes the wrong kind of joke, he or she is often dismissed instantly.After all, it is a simple matter to go back and click, with tens of thousands of potential mates ready to fill the void.I've ''lived'' more in the past five years than I ever did before. Now if that isn't a clear case of deception I don't know what is.
I'm sure it is easier for women to get attention in the first place, but it's just as hard for women as it is for men to find quality people. So, I can see the reason for: As for you suggestions and I wasn't trying to mean about it or smart.
One study suggest, only 1 percent of online daters listed their appearance as "less than average." Why so much inaccuracy?