Meet my friend dating site
I also have my eye on a pretty redheaded girl (in a totally non-creepy way!
I just wanted to thank you for your brilliant and safe site.
My preferred method of approach is to click through dozens of profiles, eliminating each one for various reasons (too far away, 30 years older than me, spelled night as “nite”). I think one problem with trying to catalogue-order a friend in this way is that it’s too easy to look at their profile and make snap judgments before ever meeting them or even talking to them.
When I happen to meet someone in person, I’m not going to know their age or spelling abilities right away; instead, I’ll notice their cute sense of style or enjoy the joke they just tossed over their shoulder at me while waiting in front of me in line.
I recently fell out with my best friend from high school, and my best friend from college lives two hours away and is about to have a baby with her husband.
My awesome teenage sisters are both going to be away at college next year.
And like I said, the problem with living in the middle of nowhere is that there are no opportunities for platonic meet cutes. There are no clubs or cute coffee shops near me, no museums or hip art galleries, and I’m not about to join the YMCA.
I’m one of those annoying people who loves talking about themselves and thinks that they’re basically defined by the pop culture that they like.
I hope everyone’s not too tired of reading about “OMG HOW DO I MAKE SOMEONE BE MY FRIEND?
”I think it’s really comforting to hear from so many other women in their 20s and 30s who just graduated college or moved to a new city and are having a hard time meeting people.
Unfortunately, I never seem to meet people in person.
Two of my post-college workplaces are dominated by older, married women, and the friendly 20-something tutors that I work with at another job mostly live at least an hour away from me.
This brings up another thorny question, though: What do you do if you start talking to someone on there, and then find that you’re not really compatible? Again, I never had to do the whole dating thing, and that’s kind of what this feels like: awkward and rife with emotionally scarring gaffes, but without the end goal of sex to make it worth it.