People who unload about their negative dating experiences, on a date no less, really should be avoided at all costs. You can’t get invested in that kind of attention because it’s not real.Not only is it bad form but it hints at a discontent with dating and the opposite sex. Something else to consider is that your photos or profile give off a certain vibe, one that draws in the guys that are looking to pull one over on you.
I think that the profiles of women where they have selfies and snaps of them in their apartments make them appear isolated and lonely.
I know that when I see a man’s profile and it’s a bunch of selfies of him in his apartment, my first thought is whether or not he has any friends.
These men compliment me on looking better than my photos, and tell me about all the disappointments they have had with other women and how I’m so different.
How I’m more attractive than my photos and easy to talk. I have commented many times that compliments from strangers, specifically effusive comments about looks, are usually disingenuous.
They’re playing into the stereotype that all women get a thrill hearing they’ve somehow one upped another woman. When they didn’t get it (or once they did) they fell off the planet.
Either that or they were just looking for someone with whom they could commiserate with or who might understand their loneliness and frustration.
Because Canterbury has been in continuous occupation since Roman times archaeology has been rather difficult and opportunities to dig are prized.
From the evidence so far gleaned a map has been built up, albeit sparse, of Roman Canterbury. [These maps are from Detsicas ca.1983.]Archaeology has turned up not only Belgic ceramics as might be expected but also finds from the Claudian era.
There’s something off about someone who doesn’t have at least 2 photos where it was clear somebody else took the picture.
While I think selfies are perfectly acceptable now, they HAVE to be amongst photos where you’re out and about and not sitting in your apartment taking shot after shot.
When I was looking through women’s profiles last week, I came across a number of profiles where the woman posted pictures of her all taken manually in some way. I know that Zoosk recently released survey data saying that women with selfies and with photos taken inside their home get more responses.