I just swiped right on you because I thought you were attractive. What happens if you meet a really great guy, and he is genuinely your type, but he just doesn’t meet your height requirement? He deserves to be turned down because he is shorter than you want. At that point, feel free to tell me and other guys, “Hey, I’m not interested.” I’ve gotten to the point where I’ll be messaging back and forth with a girl 10 to 15 times.
I am going to message you something to the effect of, “Hey, I see we’ve matched on here. Now, I’m not saying you can’t have standards or preferences, but if you’re going to hold men to those standards, don’t complain when men hold you to standards, as well. Ladies, I’m telling you this right now: No one cares. I’ve asked all the questions; I feel like I’ve got her life story and this girl has failed to ask me anything about myself.
Let me give you a little point in the right direction: You are single probably because you don’t have the right attitude about dating.
From what I’ve seen in my time being single, a lot of girls in the world think dating is a one-way street where guys need to put in all of the efforts. You wouldn’t believe how many girls on their online dating profile have these ridiculous standards for the men who message them: The majority of the women I’ve seen on dating websites have something like this on their profile.
This one is the best so far, and the best thing is it is free!
But, what dating sites are more focused on young people, and are actually good? I met my boyfriend on took about a month, and he showed interest in me.I registered for a lot of different ones, and didn't like most.