People who ask rude questions, tell inappropriate jokes, and send you really, really, inappropriate pictures.To the point that when you find someone who isn't overtly crazy or lying, who also discovers that you aren't either, it's a truly heady - almost shocking - experience.ETA: In addition, it's hard "seeing" all the perfect little families on Facebook, etc., but you're going through divorce, single parenting, etc.It's hard not to compare, even if you know in you're head that only the good stuff is put out there in social media.People who are active on dating sites, but won't be back in the country for another 11 months.People who want to meet you for an expensive dinner out without bothering to even ask your name.
I've been to Montreal though, and it feels like a never ending list. So for that I appreciate it Downside is its a lot of dating at warp speed. Which girl is hotter which guy has more money and so on. A saw a similar thread about marriage but for us that are dating again I wondered the same.
By the way, I didn't have a FB page until 2 months ago. I know the last time I was single cell phones were still a pretty new thing, no such thing as Internet dating, and no one ever heard of Facebook. Is it harder now to date in the modern Internet age? EG Great looking person, but wants a long term relationship.. IDK, I just don't recall laying out my future to someone before ever meeting them...
I was told over and over that I couldn't do online dating - or, really, modern life - without one. What I also come to learn is what a good friend of mine said about online dating..
People who are truly angry, even hostile, that you have preferences or boundaries or even legitimate safety concerns.
People who are just flat out lying about their home, their job, their looks, their lifestyle, their wants and needs, even their marital status.