We lived in Princeton at the same time, but we’d never met each other. As I honestly needed to, I put on my profile that I was separated, because my divorce wasn’t final yet.
And it was only when we went to this marketplace together, which in our case was JDate, that we finally got to know each other. And I suggested that I was newly single and ready to look for another relationship.
An easy explanation is that though times may be tough, loneliness is loneliness, no matter how much money you have in your bank account.
Rich or poor, employed or recently laid off, everyone wants to have love.
At the end of the day, dating and buying used goods actually have more in common than not. I told her, “if by hot date you mean a stranger handing me $10 for my old George Foreman grill then, yes.” 2. Just because you see someone or something online that interests you, doesn’t mean that they’re going to be yours.
Even if you strike up a conversation and arrange to meet, you may get stood up.
Excelling in the Saturated Dating Market The online dating industry is brutally competitive.