You were obviously desperate enough to continue trolling OKCupid well after you sobered up and realised and you had no legitimate reason for being on there.It’s no wonder men always complain about women playing mind games.
That doesn’t mean I don’t think he’d be a cool friend to have — the people I hang out with the most are nerds of some kind, but I’m only really sexually attracted to blokes.
You know, the manly types that look good without trying too hard and aren’t fussed about having a bit of a belly.
In any case, everyone has an ego, and crushing someone’s modest expectations of themselves is unnecessary let alone damaging to the self-esteem.
First of all, let me say up front that I totally buy the stigma associated with online dating.
I know online dating sites like RSVP have been around for yonks now, but I can’t help but think that it’s for desperados — a last resort.
Alyssa’s piece about her OKCupid experience serves as a reminder that there’s a good chance you’ll end up wasting your time on someone like her, whose elitist attitude you would have not been interested in from the get-go had you met her in a real-life situation.The fact that you don’t know when you’ve had too much alcohol already says a lot about you.Any guy will tell you that there’s nothing more unattractive than a drunk girl falling all over the place and having no idea how stupid she looks.The fact that you don’t know your limits when it comes to alcohol — and that you’re using being drunk to justify your actions — doesn’t make you look very credible.There’s no point wondering what terrible things happen in this situation was that you joined OKCupid and f**ked with some poor guy’s head and then publicly humiliated him.You talk about OKCupid being like “the online equivalent to hanging out alone in a dark, date-rapey bar”, but you just made yourself out to be the predator.