Why online dating sucks
My point isn't that you shouldn't use online dating, my point is that even after all this time, people haven't figured out to use it.
If everyone puts up the same profile, and if women expect the men to talk to them first, then online dating becomes a game of looking at pictures and judging whether someone's interesting based on how they look.
But remember two things: you don't stand out by doing what everyone else is doing; and dating is meant to be , even when it's online.
And as I write this, I've had some mild success: I've been on a number of first dates, and a couple second dates, but nothing that's really gone past that point yet; dating involves a lot of trial and error before you get it right with the right person.That's how bars work, which is exactly the kind of meat market that many people are trying to with online dating.So yes, use online dating if you feel that's the avenue you should take.Websites like e Harmony, Match.com, and Plenty of Fish are rapidly gaining prominence in the dating market for helping people find each other and start rubbing their soft bits together.However, for every story of online dating success, there are even more tales of people who weren't able to find anyone, or who weren't able to find anyone worthwhile.