Dating site time wasters


BY KRISTEN LAMB Dating has never been easy, and now with our go-go-go lifestyles, finding love can feel like one more chore on an already overburdened To-Do List.Oddly enough, this is one of the best reasons why on-line dating can be a true life-saver.Yes, it's possible he's a wimp or insecure (and therefore not really robust dating material anyway).But it's far more likely he's e-blasting winks to innumerable women to see what kind of responses he'll solicit.The red flags below are typical behaviors for chronic cheaters and pathological players who have no intention of sticking around after they get what they want (namely, sex, gifts or money).Granted, none of this is set in stone, but if you spot more than one of these red flags, BE CAREFUL.

Online chemistry does not always translate to offline chemistry, and it is better to find this out sooner rather than later.

b) The man isn’t sure, so he thinks that he’ll call again and parties are waiting for the other to take the initiative, then nothing’s going to happen) The bottom line is if you’ve spent over an hour speaking to a woman, and enjoyed every minute of it and haven’t found deal breakers, it’s poor form not to ask her out.

To avoid wasting your time in the future, keep your conversations short–15-20 minutes should do it.

Most girls would start anonymous (best way to make her comfortable quicker is by initiating unrevealing personal info about you, like providing her your fb for example), it's understandable but when she would insist in remaining anonymous even after months of daily exchanging messages/chat then it might become a potential huge waste of time for you (because if you meet her after years and one of you doesn't feel any chemistry...boom!! Don't worry about her feelings, she will find another guy from the dating in no time, that if she wasn't playing that anonymous game with several candidates.

IF she really cares for you, she'll try to contact you and compromise some matters.

The result of speaking on the phone too long before meeting is you may inadvertently pour out way too much personal info about yourself (personal info that maybe you shouldn’t).

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