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But to those who are trying the online dating thing as well, keep doing you.Despite our differences, we can certainly agree on one thing: Whatever its form, if love is calling, pick up. I’m only in my 40s, yet I’d rather be alone in a rocker playing Solitaire — with an actual deck of cards — than go on one more “coffee date.”I’ve tried various dating sites: Lava Life, Match, e Harmony, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid, Tinder and Bumble. I hear that lots of people who have tried online dating have had similar experiences. I’ve met guys who look nothing like their profiles.I believe that if one were to go that route, they should honestly take some time alone with God and ask themselves this one question: is this a wise route to find a spouse or am I doing this because I’m tired of waiting to find someone/be pursued?I would hate for anyone to read this and assume I’m saying their relationship is not the will of God if they met online.” My date with the Logistics Manager wasn’t memorable for what happened during the 25-minute coffee interlude, which had stretches of awkward silence, but for what happened afterwards. He wore a spotted giraffe hoodie, with pointed ears and a mane, and matching socks. I’m fed up with logging into the dating site, getting excited to see a new message in my inbox, and then immediately being disappointed or disgusted by the content of the email.
I tried tongue-in-cheek next, which led to pizza with the Sniffly Librarian. During our hour-long cappuccinos, Ad Guy emptied the contents of his Dockers pockets and gave me a detailed commentary on everything he carried: screwdriver, tissues, pocket knife, measuring tape, Purell, Band-Aids, wrench set, hammer, magnifying glass, eyeglass repair kit, two HMV gift cards, a poem to his mother, fire starter, antiseptic wipes, allergy pills, pen, notepad, Starbucks gift cards, family photos, TTC tokens, elastics . While I appreciate family bonds, reciting maternal verse was not the way to win me over. I know there are success stories out there, but it’s not in the cards for me.To win over the women of the tribe and display their bravado, Atayal men used to hunt and display the heads of their enemies on pikes as trophies.