Bubonic Plague of Online Dating

13 Feb

Well…I’ve come to the conclusion that I am indeed the bubonic plague of online dating.  Why, do you say?  Well, I’ll tell you why.

Last weekend, I decided to be proactive and peruse profiles on match.com and if the men seemed interesting, I would “wink” or email them.  I found a dozen that seemed at least worthy of a casual conversation.  The “winks” and emails were sent and how many responded….a big fat ZERO.

That’s right, ladies, not a one wrote or moved their eyelashes.   I heard crickets.  Now, I’m not a supermodel, but I’m not a troll either.  You would think out of the dozen contacts I would hear something but no….

After several hours of heavy thought and “comfort” foods/beverages, I’ve come to the conclusion that men are looking for Barbie.  They don’t want a real woman with real curves and a personality.  A mute, arm trophy is the ideal date of the week.  Ugh!

So, what do us normal women do when so many men are looking for the impossible and the imbecilic?  Well, we’ll turn to cable TV, our friends and to our hopes and dreams that there may be a guy out there who will look beyond the superficial and appreciate us for who and what we are under our epidermis (for the male dolts out there, that’s our skin).

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