Let me just start off by saying this post isn’t going to be filled with earth shattering paradigm shifting ideas. What this blog IS going to be is stating the obvious, BUT it's going to be stating the obvious and backing it up with statistical data. I’m starting something new and I’m not sure if this is the best idea I’ve ever, or possible the worst idea I’ve ever had. Like they stopped responding to your text messages and that’s how you “ended it”?
In fact with every word and sentence you read, means the day of hallmark styled coerced love is closer and closer. The first thing you read in the post was a bold face lie. Well, by “illustrate” I mean slap together some stock graphics in photoshop or make crappy memes about your story. Where to begin, where to begin…is either going to be one of the smartest things I’ve ever written, or a couple hundred words of pure word vomit that everyone hates.
I don’t actually know “How to Write the Perfect First Message”, and since I’m being honest, the title of this post is mostly for SEO reasons. I want to hear your horrible, awful, funny, ridiculous dating stories. I guess I’ll start off by saying this blog isn’t going to be as biased as you may think.
If I do find my true love, I'm more than happy to leave the project unfinished.
Sometimes dating can be too serious: What should you wear? Bragging Rights: Stories that have to be shared Lead by Emily Macintosh, a 30-something single living in Los Angeles, My Life on Match and More explores the ups and downs of online dating. It’s easy to see why her readers trust and respect her. Social Clout: 3,748 followers, 333 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Laughing about life Single Girlie could easily cry about her single life, but instead she makes the best of it by sharing her experiences with readers like you.
Paul aims to help people better navigate their way through the journey of dating, and strongly believes that men especially should be more open about issues around love.
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