"The problem here is a totalitarian uniformity, a cult-like mentality such that even allies are enemies if they fail to follow the Exact Party Line. " - Phyllis Chesler

Sunday, January 16, 2011

A Friend Of Mine Wants Me To Try Jwed.com

The only way I'll try this online dating stuff again is if it's free. I'll blog about it here if Jwed.com wants to gift me a membership.

Because in my experience most of the men look like this guy who unbelievably markets himself as an online dating coach but can't even seem to get a decent hair cut for his balding, comb-over that is completely lopsided, OY VEY, but they pretend online that they look like this

Which ultimately leaves me looking like this after we meet. And I'm sick of it. Which is why I didn't date last year accept for the one guy I didn't plan on meeting and ended up having a fling with this summer.


woobie3 said...

Love is a magic b/w 2 people that the Internet doesn't create. Its not easy out there. Lead w your heart but listen to your head

Nona said...

First, don't judge a book by its cover (you can always lovingly assist him with a "makeover")and I know people who are happily married who met online...so you just never know.

LaurAyn said...

Nona, you're either too kind or too naive or both. we absolutely judge people by their presentation. And why shouldn't we. If you cannot be bothered to be properly presentable it says a lot about your personality.

LaurAyn said...

Oh almost forgot, any healthy partner knows that you can't go into anything hoping to change the other person. You can only change yourself.