Navigating the Digital Dating World

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  12. My argument for using the internet is as follows:
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  14. Hypothetically, you’re female, 23 years old, have a 50K job, and two children under the age of 4 from a previous relationship. Not only are you super busy, but not a lot of guys your age can handle a girlfriends with children, and you’re tired of seeing “that look” on guys faces when you’re on your first date you tell them that, hey, you’re a mom. You can list on your profile, I have kids, and if Joe Schmow isn’t interested? He moves on and no one’s time gets wasted. This works for all kinds of preferences: religion, education, appearance, etc.
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  17. Leah says:
  18. Sun, 1st Mar 20095:38 pm
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  20. I dated a guy on OkCupid for a while… turned out he was in love with his ex-girlfriend, but had that not been the case it could have worked out.
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  22. I’m presently on Lavalife, as are a lot of my girlfriends and we’ve had mixed success. It’s worth a try, the two sites I’ve used are free (you can do most things on LL for free) so it’s still cheaper than nights trolling for men at the bar.
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  25. Jes says:
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  28. the grocery store! or the laundry mat… that way you know they at least are independent and you can scoop a peak at his eating habits and/or clothing sense…
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  30. and the chances of them still living with their mom if you meet them here, is significantly lower.
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