The odds of finding your “soul-mate” online are a lot better than you may think. It doesn’t happen for everyone, of course, but it can happen for you. The world of internet or online dating has exploded over the last few years.
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As our lives become busier and busier we need to make better use of our time and energy in our search for the one man who will make our lives complete. The old saying, “You have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find a princess” is no longer true. Why kiss frogs when you can read hundreds of profiles and look at the pictures that go with them for a small monthly fee? That saves time and money…not to mention lip burn.
These are a few good reasons to consider online dating:
- You have the opportunity to get to know a lot about a man before you ever contact him for the first time. You will know his age, marital status, what city he lives in, whether he has children, his height/weight and his likes and dislikes all from his profile. You’ll even see a picture of him.
- There is a wide range of men to choose from. You aren’t limited to the men in your social circle or work environment.
- Online dating is certainly a time saver. You can meet so many more men in a lot less time than you ever could out in the real world.
- You have a better chance to present yourself in a favorable way. This is especially useful for those of us who are shy. We have time to think about how we want to say things about ourselves and can avoid being tongue tied. Even those who are more extroverted can take time to reflect on who they really are before writing their online profile.
Everyone fudges a little bit when creating their dating profiles. A Michigan State University study found that 90 percent of people lie in their online dating profiles. That's a lot of lies. So what are the biggest lies men tell?
- "I'm in great shape." Obesity wouldn't be a problem in America if people were as active as their online profiles say they are. Many men will say they are "fit" or "in shape," even providing a picture that is a few years old as evidence.
- "I'm 6 feet tall." Men lie about their height, while more women lie about their weight. Six-feet seems to be the magic number for men. Many guys who are 5'9, 5'10 or 5'11 will say they are 6 feet tall. According to Medical News Today, 52.6 percent of men lie about their height online.
- "I make six-figures." Studies show that most men lie about their income by 20-25 percent on online dating sites. So that man you think has a six-figure income, probably doesn't. This lie definitely gets results, however. According to Scientific American, men claiming incomes of more than $250,000 got 151 percent more replies on online sites than men claiming incomes less than $50,000. "Now I ain't sayin' she a gold digger..."
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