Rules of online dating for men questions on dating violence
Expecting a Cameron Diaz look-alike, he was shocked to meet a morbidly obese woman in a moo-moo. On the other hand, we’ve dated men who were relieved and delighted that we simply looked like our pictures.
(And believe us, we’re not Cameron.) They were grateful enough to stay through the crème brulée.
On the other hand, be prepared to spend hours and hours learning how to sort the wheat from the chaff.
“Sometimes women, like men, drop their standards so they can get what they want sooner,” Kerner says.
If you were arrested 20 years ago at a protest, be prepared to talk about it.
If your jazz group has a review in the local paper, your date may be humming one of your tunes.
DON’T naively assume that his photo is as up-to-date and accurate as yours.
We accepted a date with a guy whose head shot looked perfectly human, even normal. For instance: DON’T get taken in by corny, overused come-on lines like, “Looking to spoil the lady of my dreams with flowers and candlelit dinners.” And beware of perfect strangers who promise to “snuggle with you in front of the fireplace” and “enjoy sunset strolls on the beach.” These guys have one thing on their minds. It’s all too easy to scroll through Internet profiles, selecting the Brad Pitt look-alikes and bypassing the rest.