And yes, I kind of always feel that way, but recently I’ve been kind of in panic mode about it.
Well, it’s always been “time”, but recently I’ve been feeling kind of a little bit like “HOLY SHIT I MISS KISSING AND HOLDING HANDS AND GOING ON DATES AND DOING NOTHING WITH SOMEONE”.
Ok Cupid for example asks about interests, hobbies, and what you would do on a typical Friday night.
Almost every dating site has very general, non-specific questions about various topics.
In the 9 years I’ve been doing online dating (which is a sad statement in itself), I would guess my response rate is about 10 percent.
They also have a system that makes it so you ask 5 questions to a person. Ok Cupid does it so that these questions are related to your account.The process is a mild inconvenience, not a confession or a trap, so just chalk it up to the cost of being proactive. This sounds like some type of Yoda koan, but try to talk about what you like, not . Maybe it’s seeing everyone my age sending their kids off to their first days of school, or the fact I have 3 weddings in the next month and I’ll probably be sitting at the kids table with all the other singles.You then can "judge" if you are compatible with another person. A tech university is definitely not named for number of female developers that it kicks out.I was told that getting school out of the way before trying to date would be great. I got out of school with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science in 3 years. The cost of me not going to a regular college means that I threw out any semblance of a social life right out the door. I stuck with Ok Cupid for quite some time because I had the most interactions on it.I have a friend that has a completely different outlook on the whole online social experience.