Once more we have jumped back into the world of online dating.
This time around, due to the pleas of my mother, in addition to the free dating site on which I’ve re-activated my profile, I decided to also try a paid service.
Thus far, I’ve been underwhelmed by my investment in Match.com.
It seems that there are three main types of men whom I have encountered so far through this site:
- Men every bit as equally unsavory as the unsavory sorts I encounter on the free sites. (Not all the men on the free sites are unsavory. I’m just clarifying that I seem to encounter an equal number of them on the paid site)
Men who believe that since they have paid money for a subscription to Match, they deserve a return for their investment without actual effort on their part.
Men who are (or think that they are) the entire package and thus, expect to find someone as equally excellent and beautiful and worthy of the excellence that would be bestowed upon them should the gentleman in question deign to grace her with a date.
But that is a post for another time.
Today’s post examines the self-righteous perspective of an online dater who went through the effort of sending a personalized message only to have it remain unacknowledged.
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