Funny quotes about dating men
Guys’ number one fear with online dating is turning up at their date and the girl is a bit bigger than her picture — chubby.
Whereas women’s number one fear is that they’re going to get murdered.” It’s hilarious but also sad how true this quote is. I went from feeling good about myself to feeling like a leper alone in a room typing.” This is how the whole quote goes: “Online dating is like online shopping — except for that with online shopping you’re looking for things people really like, and you get them cheap.
Studies do show that 53% of people lie on their dating profile — men tend to do so about their careers, while women tend to do so about their age.
Google Reverse Image Search is your friend, people!
Most women, before going on a date, will tell someone who they’re going to be with, will give them the address of where they’re going, will text in the middle of dinner saying they’re OK, and will let them know when they got home. If you’re online dating, you’re looking for people no one wants, and it’s a month,” said funny man and magician Phil Pivnick.
We’re not so sure a lot of men feel like they have to take these precautions. In her “Nine Months Luciana” series, author Maggie Wells writes, “Don’t you think it’s weird how dating profiles emphasize listings of your favorite TV shows, movies, and books?
That same study we referenced early that found over half of all singles lie on their dating profiles also found that one in four women post old photos of themselves.
Another study reported by the New York Times found men’s photos are an average of six months old.
Our last quote comes from Ed Parrish who’s right about online dating saving you a lot of time and effort.
It can be too much for some people, including Debra Di Giovanni, a comedian who put it this way, “When you’re filling out an online dating profile, even the one question you think you know the answer to — the sexual orientation — do you remember when that was easy? Now there’s like 17 different options — like one where you can just be gay on Tuesdays if you want.” Sarah Darer Littman retold her aunt’s online dating experience in her book “Want to Go Private?
” “It’s kind of freaky to send your picture over the Internet to someone you don’t really know and then have to sit waiting for their judgment on how you look.
Comedian Ryan Hamilton expressed his frustrations with online dating in that same Telegraph article: “My friends said if you’re not involved in one of these online dating services, you’re just gonna get left behind socially, you know. It’s as if you are supposed to define yourself by how you distract yourself.
It’s like impersonating a person — this is what I do instead of engaging with other people.” She’s got a point.