Fucking and dating sites

Some exceptional profiles will skip to the end, some will stagnate in the middle, but the important thing is you should only contact people in the last stage. This encompasses several styles of profile writing, but they are all a joke in some sense or another.

The most common form is “I just joined this site as a joke,” also known as “My friends made me do it” or “This is so desperate, I can’t believe I’m here.” These profiles always do badly, unless the composer is an attractive young girl, in which case it doesn’t matter what they write.

This wasn’t new to me, what was new was being one of the people doing the actual math.

Anyone who says they are a good judge of character in reference to people they’ve known less than one hundred cumulative hours is as self-delusional as people who say “I’m a people person” with a straight face, which is like saying “I’m a homo-sapien” as if it were an achievement. Assuming a barely honest online self-description and a photo shoot, you have a handful of empirical data before you commit to spending time with someone. The following is a common exchange on dating sites: From: Some_dudexxx Subject: Hi there You seem really nice, and cute.I saw you liked Depeche Mode, I just saw them in concert. From: Cute Chick293781Subject: Re: Hi there Hey, thank you! :) From: Some_dudexxx Subject: Re: Re: Hi therewell FUCK U U FUCKING STUC UP CUNT I DONT THINK UR THAT HOT ANYWAY WHORE Yes, it sucks.But at least it only took three emails as opposed to three dates.There is rarely any evidence of this extremely common male behavior before it happens. You can also get an inkling of a potential date’s date-maturity level by understanding the evolution of the profile.Ironically, the only people who give equal respect to all branches of the liberal arts and science branches of the educational tree are the people who never pursued any of them.

The point is, they are math majors, they don’t respect you, and they are calculating your sexual and romantic desires.A friend of mine dismisses dating sites on the grounds that it’s too obvious that all the people want is sex.In a decade and a half of dating, I’ve been offered a bathroom blow job from a stranger twice in a bar, and only once on the internet.[4] People always want sex.It’s the steroid enraged king of popularity contests.As dating sites collect data on users, they apply it back to the dating pool, and they hone in on the most attractive tier, advertising them to other users and the world to draw more traffic.This particular form of applied statistical analysis serves to entrench the social image of beauty and the most superficial stratification of biological and cultural lotteries.