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And yes of course, it’s totally ok to turn down people (especially the creepsters) who you know won’t be a fit.
So if you’re active on an online dating site, you generally find yourself having to sort through yes’s and no’s every single day. And yes of course, it’s awesome and a total honor to have people interested in you.
But most dating sites don’t let you off the hook with just your age, occupation, alma mater, and hometown.
Oh no, profiles or “personal inventories” can take hours to fill out and write.
And you start to feel guilty about saying “no’s”, especially to people whose intentions are good.
And you start to consider saying more “yes’s” just to balance out the “no’s”, even when that’s clearly not the best idea. It is where you can be as honest (or not) as you’d like.
But in my experience most of the “results” that popped up definitely didn’t feel like “matches”. But if I’ve learned anything from watching so many friends get married over the past decade, it’s that the spouses they end up with almost always do not perfectly match the checklists they had going in. I’m not against narrowing down the field, but the detailed checklists just don’t feel like the way I’m going to find my “match”. I don’t like turning guys down Ok, this may seem like an odd one, but hear me out.