Googling your dates is a bad idea. Very very bad. But you’re going to do it anyway, right? So here’s how to do it like a pro.
The following is a list of pet peeves that, while not break-up worthy necessarily, certainly don’t do a lot for a guy upfront.
A deep connection is never based on how well or poorly someone manipulates texts and images on a screen, but on how he or she behaves offline.
Dating is embarrassing, especially when you’ve got to pitch your best romantic qualities to an anonymous rabble using only a series of Rorschach questionnaires and a thoroughly censored handful of photographs.
Nondisclosure of a piece of information so huge makes it seem like there’s a reason they’re not being up front.
Take, use, and reap the rewards. You can meet your dream partner and get married and never have to fake an interest in skeet shooting over an awkward dinner ever again.
You can’t ever get an accurate perception of a person by tracking their web footprint. It’s just not possible — humans are too complex.
Serial online dating has little to do with the boundless choices of the Internet, and everything to do with the guy who’s surfing them.