It’s about the insights into the world of online dating and people in general that kept me hooked on the job long after I checked out on being a part of the actual work. I have no problem with math majors; I’m dating one. I have a huge problem with people who use the phrases “the average person” or “the man on the street” as synonyms for “people dumber than I am.” I’ve always found it interesting how math and engineering majors deride philosophy majors, while philosophy majors dismiss math and science people, all with the same justification: your discipline isn’t hard enough.
Ironically, the only people who give equal respect to all branches of the liberal arts and science branches of the educational tree are the people who never pursued any of them.
I can see him now, dirty blond hair gleaming in the sunshine, out in a field chewing on a piece of wheat. Like the fact that they respect women is not just lip service they use to get laid.
Why is everyone looking for somebody with a sense of humor and why is it the most important trait?
A study by Wilbur & Campbell (2011) examined how humor works in romantic situations.
Dear Geoff, Glad to hear you found someone special, and even happier that you spoke up.
Most of the people that write about online dating write about what’s wrong with it. I mean, that’s what news is – emphasize the bad, misery loves company, etc.
I was curious as to what your real opinion is of online dating.