Does it really happen, or is it just something the happily not single tell their single friends to shut them up and keep them from raining on their happy parade. VVVVVV I think Wal Mart was doing a singles thing too.They had a deal where singels could tie red ribbons on their carts to id themselves as "available". I think they had to discontinue it because people were abusing the system.
On dating sites, there’s no ‘judgment’ from your family and peers about being superficial, or selecting a financial bracket, or choosing them because they’re holding a cat while two kids hover nearby.
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.
Some will head straight to a particular aisle and narrow down their search and then read a few profiles and possibly select one or several to reach out to, possibly to increase their ‘hit rate’.
Really, their reasons could be anything which is why there’s no point trying to get in their mind. I chose an organic glass bottled one with a nice label.