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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... My eyeballs like to be attracted to someone as much as I like to be attracted to their personality. You are after all, here for you firstly....with that in mind. If that is the kind of reaction you get just for asking what he looks like, then he isn't worth the time or energy required to build a healthy dialogue.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I would hate to get all caught up in someones personality and charm just to find out he looked like the hunchback of notre dame. I always ask for a picture if there isn't one on a profile and I think I might be interested. IF you saw his pic and you turned him down over silly things (as in things that he can't help and that are just not important) then for sure that would be shallow. I have no pics posted of myself, but I do include a pic when I correspond privately (well, depends on the subject matter).
In other words, most of my men are the one you should be dating in real life – the kind that are open to learning and growth and are willing to spend thousands of dollars to learn how to better connect with women.
The guy who called me today is completely different – and I had such an interesting phone call with him that I wanted to share it with you.“James” tells me that he’s 30 years old, living in Seattle, working in IT. A little angry, perhaps, but I’m used to getting clients who aren’t too happy with the fact that they’re reaching out to a dating coach.
Are all guys really as shallow as us girls think they are?
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. It's your preference and if he doesn't match up to what you like, then so be it. I don't have pics on my profile right now for a reason. Shallow (and I am not saying you are) would be to exclude / include talking to some one on the basis of looks. AND, I wouldn't even worry about the guy if I were you.This is my first forum question, so I hope I'm doing this right. This site is meant for dating and with that comes the visual of someone you are having an interest in. Come on now..all want to be physically attracted to that special someone. Mind you..I did get acquainted with a nice man who's personality I just adored and found out he was scary as all hell to look at..would definitely become a good friend. It's much better to know what someone looks like from the start than to build them up in your mind as some adonis and find out later you were WAY off. But just askin gfor a pic is not shallow in and off itself. In my case, there is no need to see what I look like, since I am not looking for anyone.I recently recieved an e-mail from a guy saying nice profile. We cant be faulted for wanting a visual on someone we speak to especially when that someone may be of a dating interest. The picture isn't that important to me but I want to have a realistic impression of the person I'm talking to. cheers~blu I personally do like to see with whom I chat.Do you think that, if only MEN changed, you’d be in a happy relationship by now?If so, I hate to tell you, YOU are the one who needs to adjust. You’re not “wrong” that men could improve in 100 different ways.
There isn’t a woman in the world who’d enjoy going out with a man who believes that ALL women are fickle and unfair. He mumbled something about helping him meet women who were different than the women he’s been dating. ”“What I’m telling you, James, is that you’re the common denominator in your life.