I’m fed up with how many dating sites there are online. I mean, if you added up all the members across all the sites in the world, surely there would be far more members than there are people? What ever happened to dating the good old fashioned way? Boy meets girl etc. etc. People are becoming web junkies – dating online is nothing like meeting someone in real life. I don’t see the point or value in dating online. It just gives people false expectations. I’ve never met anyone from a dating site online and I’ll be surprised if I ever do. Change this and add this.
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Written by: J Campbell
From: United States,
Posted: 2012-10-03 22:09:59
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Comment/reply from: Former member, Location, Undisclosed
Posted: 2012-12-18 12:44:11
Hey J. I share your view in a way, but I joined a few freebie dating sites because the ‘good old fashioned way’ as you so put it doesn’t work anymore. Well not for me anyway. It’s great if you want to meet someone for a casual relationship, but you can’t go to bars to find someone serious. So what else can you do? Incidentally, I’ve already been on a few dates with people online so it’s not all doom and gloom. Give it a go. gdfgdf
Comment/reply from: SexyHunter, United States, Grafton
Posted: 2013-01-15 21:07:22
I'm not so fed up with the sites, as much as I am fed up with the fake sites or fake profiles. I see a nice profile of a nice lady I expect to talk to a nice lady. Not some guy in India. The larger free sites are full of these, the smaller free sites don't have enough people and still have fake profiles. The sad fact is if its somehow sex driven, then there is someone trying to make money off of it.
As for the good old fashioned way, Unless the entire world slows down so that we can spend the time (other than at a bar) to meet a decent person then so be it.
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