Point of dating
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. For every single woman, it seems like there are at least a hundred men who want to ask her out.I just don't even see the point in dating if there is so much competition.
Sure, it’s nice to have someone in your life, but having the wrong person in your life doesn’t add to it -- it takes from it.How can a guy get a girl when so many men are fighting for her attention?I don't even remotely comprehend that type of logic in my life personally, but I am aware some people are quitters when any type of adversity or road block presents itself.I understand sometimes people lie to themselves or avoid accepting the relationship is hopeless, but most people know exactly what they’re doing and do it anyway. I don’t like pretending like I enjoy spending time with someone when the truth is I’d rather spend it with friends, family or with myself alone.Maybe it’s because I met someone I could have married when I was young that makes me so honest and blunt.At the same time, you can’t risk the chance of not talking to Mr. Right just because you’re currently dating someone else.
So, flirt you shall -- followed by guilt and overall unhappiness with yourself and the person you’ve become.
Some people are resilient and up for the challenge, some like things handed to them in nicely wrapped packages. For every single woman, it seems like there are at least a hundred men who want to ask her out.
The problem isn't that the single male/single female ratio is 100/1.
The problem is you’re having a good time and don’t yet see a reason to jump ship.
On the other hand, you understand all this time, energy and emotion is going to be invested in someone you already know isn’t going to pay off.
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