Online dating is interesting. I signed up for OKCupid back in May, and, as my blog posts indicate, I've been on a number of dates with girls I've met on the site. Thing is, my blog posts may give an accurate depiction of my dates, but it doesn't touch on how much effort is needed… Continue reading Online Dating: Let’s do the Math!
Finally, we end our three date weekend with Ami. I first clicked on her dating profile because her picture showed two things I'm a sucker for: Beautiful brown eyes and a pretty smile. Of course, that's not enough for me to send a girl a message, we also need to have shared interests, and that's… Continue reading My Three Date Weekend: Part 3 – Ami
The second date in my three date weekend was with a girl I had seen once before, but never blogged about. She is also a doctor (surprise, surprise) and was too busy after our last date to see me for about a month. Usually waiting that long for a date would be difficult for me,… Continue reading My Three Date Weekend: Part 2 – Ming
I met Cee online and messaged her mainly because she was cute, and had a picture of her in cosplay and in front of anime busts. I don't cosplay myself, nor watch a lot of anime, but I do watch some and generally get along with nerdier people. Not only that, but her profile mentioned… Continue reading My Three Date Weekend: Part 1 – Cee
Ideally, I try only to date one person at a time. There are people out there that can juggle several dates at once, but I never thought I could. Not only is it a logistic nightmare, but it also just doesn't feel right to me. I know this is just an old hangup from some… Continue reading My Three Date Weekend: Introduction
When looking for a potential partner, dating becomes a double-edged sword. On one hand, it's fun to meet new people, learn about them, and explorer new places in the city. On the other, it starts to feel like a job you have to do in order to meet your potential match. If you're going out… Continue reading The Double-Edged Sword of Dating
I wrote about rejection the other day. To be honest, I don't exactly remember what I wrote. I find that if I reread old writing, I tend to make edits and corrections until the point I was trying to make at the time is lessened. For example, when I wrote my rejection post, I was… Continue reading Rejection: 3 Days Later