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But lately I’ve been giving guys second and third dates because I haven’t been sure of my feelings, which, as I should know about myself by now, actually means I’m not interested.
If I don’t have an overwhelming “wow” feeling at the end of date one, it really is a waste of my time to go on more dates because that feeling won’t magically appear.
I’ve gathered so much material from all the people I’ve met. It was nice to be out of the urgent swiping game and able to browse everyone who liked me whenever I wanted.
I was able to make more conscious and careful decisions about who to initiate a chat with and who to go out with.
Even just in online dating services, some people may give you promises or whatsoever suspicious things that may catch your interest.
And maybe I’m too picky, but men’s profiles make it so easy to reject them.
So, I’ve been on there matching, unmatching, connecting, ignoring, and sometimes managing to fit in a date or two into my busy schedule.
And when I do go out, of course I come home and take copious notes on everything the person did and said, and everything that transpired between us.
Aside from my usual reasons (has kids, is ex-military, doesn’t seem to have an active lifestyle, doesn’t seem to have any intellectual interests, didn’t write anything in his profile, wearing sunglasses and/or a hat in all his photos, simply not attractive), here are some of the many snap judgment reasons I have for swiping left.
Continue reading → During the last two months, I’ve found myself undecided at the end of many first dates. I’m generally a clear yes or no, and I tell the guy exactly what I’m thinking.
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And yet, I’ve been doing it anyway because a lot my dates were really great guys I wanted to like.