Mingle dating for the word
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I feel it would be irreverent to not include God in the mate selection process.” “I'm a single skeptic, emphasis on skeptic! I conduct most business online but somehow I don't trust online dating...seems like people can camouflage their issues if they can hide behind e-mail.
Plus, you can tell all kinds of tall tales unchallenged [and] unchecked...heck, sometimes it’s hard enough to tell when people are fibbing to your face!
Somehow, you can’t help but feel a little left out. Growing up, you always took for granted you’d be married by now. Some of your less-coordinated friends have managed to do it. So you got a house, a car, a degree, a job, did some traveling, and built yourself into somebody rather enviable. Today, singles all over the world are kissing fate goodbye and looking for love online. Online dating has been around as long as the Web made it possible for two people to communicate.
But one thing today’s singles are finding out is that there is one thing in life you can’t work for, be good enough for, or accomplish through any persistence of your own. Now, millions log on everyday to search through profiles and photos of total strangers, hoping to find that special someone.
I took a random, informal survey of several graduate school students, encouraging them to share their thoughts on dating online.
First came the cynics: “Personally, I would not use it.