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And the whole idea of online “yes’s” and “no’s” just starts to seem unnecessary if you’re not going on many good dates. It is where you can share as many updated (or not) photos as you’d like.

Anyway, it’s something I didn’t expect about online dating, and it was not fun. I don’t like my bright and shiny (and VERY public) profile In the world of online dating, it’s ALL about your profile. And it is basically your modern day calling card for all things YOU. I mean, we all have a little experience with profiles nowadays thanks to Facebook.

Clearly from my attempts doing this for myself, and reading hundreds of profiles of others trying to do the same, this is no easy feat.

And in trying to sound all bright and shiny and wonderful, things just get awkward. And let’s not forget that most online dating sites are all public. I don’t like the creepsters On that note, as a single girl, I have to say a word about the creepsters.

And it usually comes up instantly after telling someone you are single.

And it goes like this: ” (As though every single person has never considered it. And as though it is clearly the guaranteed path for how to become un-single. Many of them have successfully met some really cool people online.

As though….alright alright, snarkyness=squelched.) No, I always respond politely when people ask about online dating because I know that the question is well-intended. And I even have a few friends who married their “matches”…and I think should totally become those cute couples on the commercials. I EHarmony-ed twice right out of college after moving to a new city, I hopped on and off Match a few times over the years, and I have kept an eye on (but never signed up for) all of the zillion other online dating sites that have popped up since.

And I agree that it’s a reasonable question, since online dating is quite the modern marvel of the last decade. There were at least a handful of decent dates come out of my time on those sites.

It is always said in the most casual tone anyone can muster.Anyone who logs into the site can usually read your entire profile, and anyone who grabs a screenshot will have it forever. Because believe me, they are there creeping around on online dating site.Most of them are probably the harmless, garden-variety awkward types who think a one-liner about your “hot bod” is exactly what a woman wants to hear.Many of my friends are on various sites and apps right now and are having great experiences, and clearly 41 million people have found it at least worth the try.But something about it just never quite clicked for me.And when someone presses for why I’m not OK Cupid-ing or Tinder-ing or EHarmonizing my way through these single years, I have also learned to articulate a few reasons.