The profile was completed and I felt exhausted, most of all on the emotional content I included than the actual task of doing it.
Regarding the photos, I decided to include only 2 that were taken at least 4 years ago. It’s not that I’m longing for my younger years, but I deliberately did it as an experiment. In both I have a different hair color and style, and barely any makeup.
What I wanted to discover was what guys would say about me physically when looking at what I considered my least glamorous shots.
The next day I logged in again to my profile and I got a message from an actual person working at the site stating that she saw that I hadn’t answered any questions yet, and that it would greatly help my search if I did.
Damn it, the questions, all 100, or more, of them. All right, let me at least do this in bulk, like 25 at a time. Shall we begin?
‘Do you believe in love at first sight?’ Maybe I did when I was a teenager. Now I’m really hard to impress. Answer: ‘It is possible for it to happen.’
‘If roses are to flowers, then dogs are to__.’ Choices: pets, animals, friends, companions. Hmm, this is one of those disguised that relates to other people. Sorry, ‘jerks’ is not an option (for men that is). Chose the last.
‘What do these 3 numbers have in common?’ What? Why do I need to calculate anything? This is what this site is supposed to do for you. Really?
I got to question 15 when I started getting annoyed by this process. Why am I feeling again that my life is so complicated to figure out, especially when it relates to men?
Hey, universe, can you enlighten me on that?