Earlier this week, I posted one of my red flags for online dating. That simple post got a lot of people asking, “Well, do you have any other dating red flags?”
(Actually, no one asked that, but it sounds better to begin that way)
It you have never used an online dating site, then congratulations, you don’t feel like a complete loser. But, for the rest of us, there are a number out there to try. But, just like in real life, there are a number of people you do not want to run into.
Let me preface this list: I am pulling from personal experience, so all of my references will be feminine in nature. But, I am positive that there are a ton of women out there who have run into the male equivalents.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and three blocks up, the world seems to be turning its eye to romance.
Yet, for a small group of people, Valentine’s Day is not a joy. For those people, there are 5 tell-tale signs telling them that maybe the dating scene is not for them that they should heed.
I’m thinking maybe I need to just forget about dating. I just woke up from a dream where I was the bad blind date.
Wednesday, I received a strange phone message on my cell phone. This is not one of the usual strange calls I used to get back when I first got the cell phone. At that time, I found out that the number they gave me had formerly been the number for a quite popular girl. Furthermore, said quite popular girl seemingly forgot to tell all her friends that she got a new number. Either that or all her friends absent mindedly forgot to update their contacts when she gave them the new number.
No, this one was actually directed toward me.
As I mentioned before, I have withdrawn myself from the dating scene. While I don’t seem to be having that much difficulty accepting it, there are a lot of people who do seem to take issue with my decision. And some of the things they say to try to change my mine seem almost comical.
Regular followers of my blog will know that recently I have declared myself out of the dating scene. As mentioned before, this is not because I found someone, I’m just taking myself out of the dating scene. Consider me past my expiration date if you need a concise explanation.
What I have noticed since I have done this is that there are a lot of benefits to being an undateable loser.
I would like to take this moment to announce I am officially off the dating market. I have not found anyone, I am just off the market.