I’m really not.
I’m really not.
sure, but you can say that about most dating scenarios off of apps. respectfully hoping isn’t a terrible thing and it obligates no one to do anything!
To a burner account?? I don’t think so!!
“How are you today” is a great question.
I like this. It is sort of like a gentle game, maybe more like badminton for me.
Literally sign up for any dating app at all—you will see many people looking for dates in open relationships, and if you are willing to state your interest explicitly n your bio, they’ll probably be delighted.
Yeah, I think it’s better to be clear about the rules, so someone can agree to them. If you think telling someone one of your rules will drive them away, they’re either not the right person or the boundaries you’ve set up are not going to work and you need to revisit them with your partner.
Interesting, thanks for this tip.
This is what I meant! But I am also queer, and a lot of apps that aren’t explicitly for LGBTQ people are aggressively heterosexual and I am shown straight women ALL THE TIME on Tinder and Bumble. So I think if you’re a man looking for women who switches briefly to searching for men on one of those, you will see a lot…
I agree! If you’re too lazy to even share a sentence about yourself, how will you be in a relationship?
Personally, I don’t mind if someone is short, but a lot of people obviously want to know. I think it’s okay to leave it out, but if they ask and you’re too short for them...you didn’t waste money on a date.
I’m assuming everyone needs help. You all need help.
This makes you seem sweet and relaxed, but a lot of your descriptives are generic. Share a short story about a road trip, or be more specific about your fav restaurant. You seem nice! Give people more to remember about you.
You’re right, but he should have been Hufflepuff. I look forward to this fight.
She does hair and it’s a passion of hers. She also takes the girls out to lunch with other influential women in their community. Maybe as an adult, you can say you don’t think there should be value placed on things like hair and make-up, but girls who are growing up are still learning and experimenting with what…
She’s really, truly great. Thank you, I am grateful thick brows are in fashion because I cant handle plucking more than the middle part.
You’re right—Julianne and I figured it out. They now call it Chanel Rouge Noir Moderne, or this color is as close to it. She also recommended a Pat McGrath tone called “mcmenamy” if anyone wants to dive deeper into dark red lip tones.
I can’t believe people would rather shit indoors than eat food.