Online dating stupid

26-May-2015 07:52 by 8 Comments

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And, if things end, then you can get ready for the series of sad, self-deprecating posts filled with Avril Lavigne songs and Lena Dunham GIFs that are my post break-up speciality.But let’s hope it’s the former rather than the latter, ok?

Or there’s Tawkify, co-founded by the League, whose slogan is “Date.

These people aren’t really looking to date, but their inactvity on the site, their non response to our messages, and even the mere fact that they just aren’t messaging us creates depressing illusions for active users. I am hoping that dating communication moves away from text, and back to the phone where it belongs.

Other sites should follow CMB’s league and kick their ghosts out. Now readers, what are your hopes related to 1) online dating and 2) this blog for 2015?

(And forgive me again readers, because I really wanted to apologize via Mr.

Darcy in the rain, but couldn’t find an animated GIF of Colin Firth apologizing and thus had to use the far inferior Darcy. We’re sorry because we’ve basically acted like a man after 2-3 OKC dates.

Here are some ways I am hoping 2015 will be different for those of us navigating online dating. Speaking of new fangled apps, in S’s post about Coffee Meets Bagel, she mentions that she was removed from the site do to inactivity. Sadly, much of the space on internet dating websites is taken up by ghosts. (Especially if they look like the 1995 movie version of Casper).

Anyway, Jdate has allegedly made progress by creating something called an APP. But people who are functionally ghosts because they either made a profile and then never signed on a again, starting dating someone and forgot to delete their profile, or, are victims of the NON PAYING MEMBERS situations on Match, How Bout We, Eharmony, or Jdate, where they created a profile to browse, but never paid and couldn’t receive messages. As you know, I declared a serious jihad against texting last winter, and it’s continued ever since.I think having a smaller, more active base of users would result in people feeling much more successful! As I mentioned, we are tossing around some ideas for how to spice things up a bit, and are looking for suggestions on topics, and even some potential guest bloggers, so email us at [email protected] you’ve got ideas!From one word 'alrite's to laughable imitations of full sentences.E.g., below: As previously mentioned, I have a strict policy not to blog about guys I am seeing.So sorry for being a total tease (obviously not that sorry because, HURRAY! Anyway, I promise in the new year I’ll figure out a way to keep posting about dating.The algorithms that refine Google or capture more of your money on Amazon choke when applied to the complexities of attraction.