Take mine, for example: And that, ladies and gentlemen, is my two-paragraph spiel that I have honed to online-dating poetry.
You can tell a lot by the way a person looks at you, the way he holds himself, the way he asks you questions and listens to your response, and the way he answers your questions.
10) “Finally, and most importantly: A first online date is not in any way a first date.
” The joke remains: “What do gay men do on a second date?
Ask each others’ names.” Don’t be that guy that makes the joke true.
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At that time, online dating was the primary option for gay men to meet other gay men.
7) “Why isn’t the nice person you just met online emailing/texting/calling you back? A relationship is real once both people agree to enter into it and all of this online pinging/liking/winking/swiping/messaging is not real.” Yup. 8) “Sunday evenings are when online dating HAPPENS.” For us gay men, this is 2am on any day.
It’s when the bars close, when your friends have found someone to kiss at the bar and you haven’t.
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I wonder, though, if what we are being mindful about will be open to wide interpretation.