C., said via email that many of her patients who online date admit that they’re not 100 percent into the experience of dating any of those potential matches.
They swipe and play around online from time to time, but aren’t expecting it to lead to anything.
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I don’t know if we wasted all of our chemistry online, or we didn’t have any chemistry to begin with.” I’m tall for a girl (5’11”) but I don’t have anything about my height in my bio and I don’t want to be one of those people who makes a ‘if you’re under 6 ft, don’t bother’ type of demand,” she said in an email.
“I usually respond to all of my messages, but I almost never meet up with anyone because I’m so stressed that they’ll show up and I’ll be 6 inches taller than them, and we’ll both have to struggle through an uncomfortable date that neither of us is interested in pursuing.” Sometimes you just want someone to make you feel as if you’re attractive and wanted at the click of a button, which is what Tim, a 32-year-old single man in Buffalo, told me is the reason for his Bumble pen pal.
“I kept the [messages] because they’re a nice ego boost if I’m ever feeling a bit spotty about my worth.
“I have a very distinct memory of messaging someone for WEEKS on Ok Cupid — witty, flirty, banter about our favorite books and TV shows.
I felt actually exhilarated when I saw his user name pop up in my inbox,” she said in an email.