Yes, we all know it's very important for actors to keep a low profile and not have any headshots available.I’m sorry that I don’t have a pic online but being an actor I try to keep a little bit of a low key.
"Liking this sport is ridiculous, so you’re a little different for liking it, she explained. But you’re allowed to like what you like." - Robert Samuels
Between this and PrincessLeppard's guy who likes "giving Long, Lingering, Tasteful & Lush-ish, Slow Kisses" and wants to place a kiss on her "neck", I think I will stay away from online dating. Look for me on an upcoming episode of Animal Hoarders in the years to come; I'll be one of the cat ladies.
In all seriousness, I do know two people who found serious relationships with normal, successful people on Match.com, so you never know. I say go for it if you want.
After reading everything here. Singledom certainly has its advantages.
You don't have to share your Ben and Jerry's with anyone.
I'm in the middle of an eHarmony semi-adventure. I tried eHarmony in the early 2000s. It was a total bust. I was handed a couple of matches a week, and the rare ones that interested me already looked at my profile and rejected me, so I couldn't even look at the profile . But when I saw that the site has changed quite a bit, I gave it another try.
Taking the SAT takes less time than answering the million questions they have for you before you even begin to work on your profile. Tedious, but I'm hoping all of that scares away illiterate losers and -- worse -- married men looking for some .
I'm sent about 7 matches daily. Half of them, no thanks. A couple of them, maybe. One or two a week that could be distinct possibilities. The first two weeks, however, I came to the conclusion that I'm shallow. I want my future mate to be somewhat attractive . Wasn't seeing anything like that at eHarmony at first .
But I do like how only people who are a basic match with you can try to contact you (although what's up with these 'anonymous views' of my profile?).
No dates yet. One I've talked to. He lives about 2 hours away and we work different schedules, so who knows when we will actually meet. He first contacted me, but I decided to send him a message in order to clarify something. He wrote in one of his 'must haves' is to be with a person who does not want children. I explained that it's unlikely that I'll get pregnant, but if I did I would want to keep the child. He replied that this setup doesn't allow people to fully explain the gray areas. He doesn't want to be with someone determined to have children. OK, so now that we both understand that...
Initially up to an hour, but then I tweak it once in a while.How much work do you put into your profile?
Or closet and drawer space.
Or the bathroom.
Bonk--I have a whole cataologue of mental images stored away that popped right into my head.
"There are three social classes in America: upper middle class, middle class, and lower middle class." -- Judith Martin
Well, an update. I actually met someone 2 weeks ago through a random short visit to Florida with some friends, a nice guy who lives in Boston (I'm in Chicago). So instead of an online relationship, I may be getting into a long-distance one.
Another thing I never thought I'd do, and yet...somehow it's different because we already met and clicked. So I guess we'll see how this goes. It's been years for me...
Give me one more quiet night, before this loud morning gets it right, and does me in.