I just posted my 3000th blog post according to my wordpress install. This is the 3001st post…
Its shows how great the internet is and what it can empower in each and everyone of us. If your in the Manchester area, you might want to sign the broadband petition.
To be honest its happened a few times, not just tinder but other virtual places like my experience with TV and dating.
It could be awkward for many. But to be honest for myself, as I’m deadly truthful its doesn’t come as a shock that it is.. really me.
The last time this happened was at FutureEverything’s opening party. Unfortunately I was rushing off, so the women in question said hi and pointed out our friend in common.
Other people have come up on dating sites and I have recognised them and learned a tiny bit more about them. Of course no names… But people from work and other places. The tricky part is pretending they didn’t come up and saying nothing?
Some of them have lied about different things like height, age, where they work, etc. A couple I have spoke to and asked them why they feel the need to tell little and not so little while lies? My thoughts is something to do with a mix of social pressures and self-esteem issues. Its a shame really.
At breakfast today with Chris and Kat, we were talking about previous people we’ve been out with and the question of chemistry. I mentioned the eye of the beholder and how everyone has a different things they like. Therefore the chemistry is going to be different too.
Kat agreed and gave a great example, which I hadn’t ever thought about.
Do you think people who you found attractive become almost ugly at certain times? Like if they cheat on you…?
And she makes a great point. Perception is a interesting thing. Someone which seems great, then becomes tainted because of their actions. And I think Tainted is the right word too, because it becomes impossible to see them as attractive again ever after. No matter what people say or think.