The bad thing is that somehow the place encourages us to define ourselves as a checklist of things we like to do.Shared interests and compatibility are nice, but I’ve always felt like relationships thrive on a chemistry that has very little to do with activities.When I started dating a bald man, the first questions my friends fired my way about him had nothing to do with his background, employment or interests. And after I would explain that, yes, he shaves his head, and, yes, there are active follicles up there, they’d typically marvel at his bravado for willfully joining the bald club.
I have dated men with a wide variety of hair lengths between the two.
There’s been a lot of talk about online dating offering too many options; we search and search thinking that there will be something better out there if we just keep looking.
Because we can make decisions faster one way or another doesn’t mean we’ve stopped giving people chances; we’re just more adept at knowing what we don’t want.
) and waited for "responses" (I have no clue what "responses" means in this context).
The one with a full head of hair got 108 of them, and the one with the receding hairline got 22.