Let me assure you – I’ve read and heard enough horror stories to know that while the profile provides you with some information, you won’t know what someone wants and who they are until you’ve experienced them over time. It’s like when you have a person’s resume / CV – you’ve got to do the due diligence. The key is not to read any great meaning into a click or a wink or a message.It’s an expression of potential interest just like when someone asks for your number, it’s not a contract or an automatic precursor to love.
If they look how you want them to look and you’re sold on words and imagery, you may be excited and full of hope based on reading a profile.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... No, but the Loblaws downtown Toronto has singles nights. I can't cook so I'm not very impressive when I go to the market...usually just buying frozen food and fruit....maybe some cookies!
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I have no idea how effective they are or who actually goes to them, but it's been running for years. buttttttt I have met two of my serious, long term (3 years each) boyfriends in bars.
The computer says that you can search this way so now it’s as if we seem to think that if the computer says YES, then no matter how convoluted and contradictory some of the things we want may be, or how someone may be good on virtual paper but not in reality, we expect what we want and expect to materialise. The likelihood is that if someone’s skimming through lots of profiles, they’ll likely click when something catches their eye.
People browse dating sites to pass time, to look for their next Fast Forwarding opportunity (it could be hours, a day, several days, weeks, or even months) and yes to look for a relationship. They might click through on the profile, see something that does or doesn’t resonate and either respond or move on.