Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Different levels of desperation!

OK, I admit it, mainly before someone else spots it and takes the piss, I joined a dating website. Most of it was because I wanted to see who was out there on the market, and another part of me is fed up with being labelled as tapping people who, then going away feeling guilty about it. Why shouldnt I be "tapping" people up, I'm youngish, I'm alright looking, I'm single, and dont want to spend the rest of my life regretting things.

So, I've done it, I'm not convinced I'll do anything about it, nor am I convinced I'll spend money so I can "talk" to other people looking. But again, thats how I've always been, wait for other people to make the move.

Annoying this is, you can do a search by postcode, ie, who's single and local, and I dont know where the hell these people drink and/or socialise - if I did, I dont think I would be single. However, thats also assuming that they would be interested in such a shambles like myself.

1 comment:

missy said...

I've thought about joining a dating website as a couple of my friends have. Both of them are really intelligent people who are good looking and have a really cool job but when you reach a certain age (our age), it's harder to meet "new" people and we can't always expect our friends to set it up because we all know that often ends in quite awkward situations. Anyway, what I'm saying is, dating sites are quite common nowadays and people who go there are people who are in the same boat as you... and me. My friend recommends and someone thought that the guardian one is good, too. I think it's but then someone criticised it as being very postcode snobs!?