Northwestern dating site
NAPERVILLE, IL — Ok Cupid user chigirl91 has extensively filled her dating site profile with a number of clichéd platitudes that describe virtually every member of the human race who does not have a dangerous personality disorder.
Describing herself as someone who “loves to smile” and who is “trying to do what makes me happy,” chigirl91 has included herself in a subgroup that includes nearly all members of our species and several other species as well.
I agree with the article that says essentially, there are too many profiles and photos.
Having fallen under this spell myself…”Oh, he’s nice but I’m sure there’s something better on the next page…” Click.
That’s because their matching criteria are hardly scientific, as far as romance goes.
Chigirl91 names her eyes and smile as her favorite parts about herself, adding that her friends believe her to be in the possession of a “donk.” Chigirl91’s favorite television shows, movies, and bands are an astonishingly accurate summation of today’s most popular television shows, movies, and bands.
About the Authors I agree wholeheartedly that so-called scientific dating sites are totally off-base.
They make worse matches than just using a random site.
If we had a few things in common, we exchanged numbers, texted for a while, eventually spoke on the phone and if things felt right, we’d meet in a public place to talk. I am currently with a man I met online and we have been together for two years! But there is always the thought that if this doesn’t work out, how long will it take either of us to jump right back online to find the next possible love connection?
I myself would probably start looking right away since looking for love online is a lengthy process!