Yes, there are some points on which men and women should never compromise when it comes to relationships.
But online dating became a drag because too many profiles felt like The Airing of Grievances from the "Festivus" episode in .
I know it's not personal, but it's also a waste of my time.
They seem pretty foolproof and even destined for success. For a long time, without ever giving it a shot, I maintained that online dating was decidedly not for me. at least, not the way I was (and others were) using it. Sure, I would be totally okay with marrying a dashingly handsome man who is wildly successful, charming, and works at a soup kitchen in his spare time.
So many websites promise a shot at love and boast sky-high success rates. But in order to put boundaries on my search, my parameters were actually too narrow and closed off to the possibility of finding love in unexpected places.
"I'm all about falling in love on Twitter," my friend said after I told her a couple people had DM'ed me about shared interestsexpressed in tweets instead of solely on how attractive they found my profile picture.
This is one way to diversify, but online dating in any form won't serve its ultimate purpose unless you find time to get offline once in a while.
People were using the platform to lament past dating woes and offer witty lines about their "ideal" mate that were really more insulting than complimentary.