read one, as if that would stop me if indeed I were a "liarer" or even just an ordinary liar – unanswered messages and even angry vegetarians (two!
) who overlooked the checked hunting and fishing interest box and a related photo before they contacted me.
The man of my life loves children, and he loves to laugh, he is very energetic, hardworking, active. A friend who has worked in North Dakota responded to my skepticism: “You are so right.
As I like outdoor life, travelling, sea and mountains. I know all the 30something women online dating in No Dak.” And it goes on with other absurdities and amusements from additional potential matches, such as: t Then there was the unending coffee meeting which began with a woman declaring herself an introvert and ended one hour and ten minutes later after explaining her husband's -- (yes, still married, despite what her profile read) -- serial infidelities and his looting of hundreds of thousands of dollars in retirement savings.
There were also lots of non-answers: Have kids: I'll tell you later. If you are on the same page with me and interested in knoswing more about me send me a message." Which prompted my FB post: “I may want to discuss faith, dirt, the outdoors, cooking, books and knoswing more. Clearly “she” did not read my profile.” I updated the following week when a person calling herself “Elissa” contacted me – using the same exact profile as the mythical “Baby.” And the same picture. The person I am looking for will be my best friend, my partner till the end of my life.
In a city boasting over 8 million people, many of whom traveled here from all sorts of places with ambitious dreams, you’d think you’d have a decent selection of seemingly good-looking, dateable options. Right -- which is why we asked a bunch of Angelenos about their craziest dating stories. “This one time I met a guy on Bumble who was an actor on a well-known CW show I used to watch religiously.
He suggested we meet at Father’s Office in Santa Monica for some dinner and drinks. We stopped at a light and it was quiet for a moment, almost romantic. People started on their horns, so we had to keep driving, covered in puke.” “We met on Bumble (my dating app of choice).
Coping with the absurdities of online dating is a real part of digital dating.
There are potential scams, punctilious profiles, demands – NO LIARERS!!!