I knew as I hit the send button that I’d never hear from her again. I tried to play it straight, using my profile to tell the wonderful women of the 5280 who I was as best I could – what I do for a living, what I do for fun, what my interests are, and so forth. My experience, though, has begun to make me feel like an untouchable.
But no results to speak of past a few coffee first dates. I’ve had plenty of time to think about what the problem might be, and a good deal of that energy focused on the perfectly valid question of “what’s wrong with me?
;)” Anyway, You seem pretty adventurous, so tell me this…
if you could grab your bags and go on a spontaneous South American adventure, what experiences would be a Must before you’d even think about going home?
Instead, it was a dating site with a single purpose: to find my partner in crime…
Recently I was e-mailed, via Match.com, by an attractive woman (to the extent that profile pictures can be trusted, anyway) named Kathleen.
For others, however, it can be a life-ruining decision – leaving us penniless, heartbroken and with many more problems heading our way.
The only way to avoid an online romance scam is to be aware of their occurrences and also to know how to spot them before they begin.
After the end of a mostly long-distance relationship that began out of my home base in Canada, I knew I needed to look outside the box to find a partner.
But how do I know you’re not actually a crazy cat lady who stays in all weekend to watch Bravo 24/7?
Early nights in bed before 9pm aside, what is your ideal weekend like?