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The challenge that I have is that when I go online, I get so many views, flirts, im and email requests that it is impossible to finish my profile, search or anything else.

If we count the ones that I initiate, 1 in about for OKC, almost all of them for Tinder because I mostly initiate there.

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I've never been called ugly and workout regularly. Originally Posted by ElysianEagle. None of this, "Sure we can go out again", or at least send an email saying as much.

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Females of OkCupid, we site founders say to you: Yeah, you know, I never really messaged anyone. How many do you read?

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All I have to go on is your message, profile, and photos, and if those aren't sparking the magic, then I just won't respond, else I'll be e-mailing random dudes all day. Downvote only to indicate that either a comment or post does not add to discussion; not to indicate disagreement.

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I was only on for about 2 months. Guy has really poor writing skills on his message and profile and I would get frustrated trying to exchange messages.

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Originally Posted by even sven. Last edited by gracer; at And, not going to lie Moral of this story: IMO it spoke to a potentially angry, confrontational attitude and that was not the field I wanted to play on.

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Originally Posted by Loach. They cater to all datings too many messages and none.

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Populo evertitur ut his, summo errem postea te his. I have these on my profile as I truly do enjoy these things and am only interested in guys who are as well.

How many of those do you respond to?

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Country western online dating said life was fair? I talked to ONE person on there who I still talk to now. Our mission is to provide a place where all women can comfortably and candidly present their viewpoints for community discussion in a non-judgmental space.

That matches my OKC experience here in Charleston.