Online dating problems stories
I used to look at dating in New York as a pure numbers game.
I figured that the more men I met up with for drinks, the sooner I'd find myself in a relationship.
I’d like to start with the lighter ones and move more and more into the hardcore weird ones so, here goes nothing: Now, this is hilarious. In the end of the day it’s just numbers and words that are meant to match you with a person who shares similar interests.
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Luckily, I eventually realized that there's no "right" way to date, and that I need to find happiness within myself, no partner needed.
I was working at a research center for war and genocide at the time, and I guess enough people at the office thought I'd be super depressing, so they made an office pool, March Madness-style.
So I said yes to everyone, and stacked my calendars full of drink dates, walking dates, coffee dates, and dinner dates.
In 2015, my mother and I deduced that I'd averaged two meet-ups a week, meaning that I'd gone on well over 60 dates in that year alone.
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