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The coronavirus has further reduced people's encounters. I also had less meetings with people and was so bored that I downloaded the dating app. And I was curious to see my friend use it. It was my first experience and I deleted the app in 3 days.
I dare say eternally disappointed that true love has been lost. And the fact is that before saying I love you was not so simple, the magnitude of the feeling, made it difficult to pronounce these words.
I have a very long list of horrible dating stories. These are the sort that make you cringe and wish you had never considered dating at all. On one such dating disaster, we met online and after talking for a few days. We decided to meet up in person, and go to dinner. We decided we would go dutch, and pay for our own meal. I was okay with that, because why should he have to pay for me? We were just meeting for the first time, and I didn't want to saddle him with buying me dinner especially if the two of us weren't going to work out. So, we agreed on a time, and set our plans to go to dinner the next evening. What happened next, I was not prepared for...
I had just about given up on finding "the one". Dating for me was a seemingly never ending heartache. Either the guy wasn't interested at all, was a cheating jerk, or was extremely controlling.
I walked through the fence to join him in the backyard. The sun was beginning to set and the closer I got to him, the better the fire he was tending to felt. As I approached he grabbed a tshirt from the Mustang and put it on. After he put it on he looked down at me and said, “hey you.” He opened his arms to embrace me in a hug.
One day I met this guy online way before I get into a serious relationship with the love of my life. This was my first time trying online dating. So I meet this guy online, we started talking and one day decide to meet in person, me being me, I told my besties friend and ask her to come with me, which she did. We choose to meet this guy in the store on 69th street. Mind you; I was looking cute with a long cute dress. When we walked into the store, I was looking for a handsome, tall, dark skin brother with a six-pack, yeah, I know. Lord was I wrong, this man I was looking at in front of me is not the picture online, and the voice I was hearing was not the voice on the phone. I did what every 22year older woman do, I turn to my friend and look at her, like bitch, what the heck is this. I turn my phone on, look at the picture on his profits, and look at him and look at the image back at him. I did it so often that my friend was getting tired of me; going back and forth, she walked to the guy standing around looking confuses as heck. Let call my friend Lisa; she introduces herself, " Hello, I am Lisa; how are you? Did you wait long? He was looking worst than before. So my friend was like, oh sorry, it not me you are waiting for but my friend, she over there if you would like to come with me. In my heart, I was like, Lord, what did I get myself into because the picture doesn't look anything like him. He looks tall in the photo, but in person, he was shortest than me, and Lord knows I am not that tall at all. I am not the kind of person who likes be to lie to, and I am standing looking at this short ass man and looking at my friend like, please help me, I don't want to talk to him, but it was too late they were already walking toward me. I didn't want to walk away to make things look awarded, so I did this fake smile, the forceful kind of smile. Like hi, how are you nice to meet you and all that comes afterward. After the self-introduction, he looks at me like, oh, you look like your picture, like fuck yeah, who will I look like? The Virgin Mary or your mother? That what I was thinking but didn't say it out loud if you know what I mean. Why do guys have to lie about who they look like or post a fake picture of someone less? I was pissed off, but I let it go because I didn't want to embarrass him. I let it go and went with the flows; what got me was when I was looking at this shoe, I wasn't going to ask him to buy the shoe, like dude we just met, I am not a gold digger, I am taking care of my affairs. I pick the shoe, and my friend got one; as we walk to the register to pay for the shoe, he was walking at the door. After we paid for the shoe, I was done with him, like I wasn't going to ask him to pay for my shoe. As we walk out of the store, he was standing on the side of the store, and he gets the nerve to tell me, you girls like to spend money. I was going to tell him about himself, but my friend stops me before I can say anything. After that, I told my friend, like I can't do this anymore. I want to go back home; he overhears us talking about going home and transportation. He was like; I have to go; he didn't ask if we need a ride or anything like that. I didn't care anymore; I just wanted him goes, by, see you never, and while you at it, please don't call me never. After that, I never try online dating again.
With this global pandemic it's natural to feel lonely and secluded. I decided that it was time to meet someone new. My ex had broke up with me 6 months ago and I've been reeling about it for long enough. It was time to take matters in my own hands and take hold of my own destiny. Or so that's what I thought when I dived into the app.
Has anyone noticed how many scam artists and fake profiles there are on dating sites? Maybe I'm just one of the unlucky ones. It seems that of all the dating sites there are out there, more than half the people on them aren't who they say they are. What I mean, they act all real and legit and everything, but then they start asking for money, or gift cards, or claim they will send you money to buy something for them. If you say no to them, they become persistent.
Before I share my story, I will say this: I have a friend who met her husband on Tinder. I met him, he seems really great, and they are very happy together! So I'm not completely knocking Tinder ...
Now we are generally pursuing the state of being thin and beautiful. Thin people have certain advantages in many things. For example, thin people have more choices in clothes. The aesthetic trends of the society and the inconvenience have made many fat girls become less and less self-confident, and even shrink in a corner to protect themselves. In fact, today’s social aesthetic is relatively deformed, because some people pursue the beauty of thin blindly. It seems that the thinner a girl is, the more beautiful she will be. Girls who are slightly plump or obese are not worthy of walking on the street. This kind of deformed aesthetics is actually perverted. Many girls go on a diet to lose weight, just to become thinner. To put it bluntly, it’s a prejudice against the body of fat girls. In fact, fat girls also have many beauties, but some people’s aesthetics do not understand the beauty of these girls. In this world, it is not only thin people who are worthy of praise, fat girls can still live well. To improve self-confidence, you must first explore the shining points, don’t pay attention to the opinions of individual people, and improve yourself. So in the face of appearance problems, how should fat girls stay confident?
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This story is about my experiences with online dating. I found myself one day wondering how I could let the powers that be know that I was open to finding my soulmate. So I said it out loud, made a pact with my nephew that next time on New Years' eve we would need two cars and then I realized that I am a very shy person that doesn't even dare to smile at a cute guy. So how do I avoid the friend zone and admit that I'm interested in a person that I don't know yet? Scary stuff and I had to overcome a few issues that I knew were standing in the way of me having a go at a relationship. And since the world is ending and we can go nowhere, I figured that a dating app would come in handy.