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Do the people who post things like this realize that they're insulting every person on the site by implying that there's something WRONG with online dating, or that they should be ashamed of the fact that they're online?

It's 2010 and online dating isn't exactly new.....you're ashamed of it, why be on here at all?

I have downloaded and (and subsequently deleted) Tinder twice.

Once because I was curious and single and looking to mingle, and once because even though I’d reached a place where I was happily unattached, all of my friends were doing it and I had a major case of FOMO.

Proof: Once upon a time, a young, charismatic guy strolling the boardwalk struck up a conversation about philosophy with a pretty girl. Well, his name was Charles Manson, and she became one of his cult members.

"Suddenly, you're sweating, scrambling for an explanation for the completely unromantic way you paired up: on a dating app. I, uh, basically saved his life." Or "We met on JSwipe … We grow up thinking all great romances must have an equally romantic backstory (Thanks, Disney! And it's why Instagram accounts like The Way We Met, a feed of pics and stories from real couples, has more than 255,000 followers — a sort of your story.

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I’m with you and I get you, but we really shouldn’t be embarrassed because we deserve love and fun and happiness, and if it comes from flipping through bios while waiting for an open stall, then cool, that’s time you would have wasted reading bathroom graffiti anyway.Yet he shows up as being online on POF all the time. At least online, even though people fudge their weight, height, etc, you can rule out a lot of non-negotiables right off the bat. Oh, I agree completely...I do pass on the profiles that say things like that.... It's just something I've noticed and wondered if anyone had any insight into the thought process behind posting something like that.So I have to wonder...be on an online site if you don't want to be bothered with e-mails? The profiles you mention, where they are ashamed to be online--it is very accepted these days--I would just pass over those and only engage with those you find really attractive, ie they are articulate, have speeling and grammar, and maybe a couple of qualities you are looking for. How many people do you run into in a day you find attractive? With that said.....there have been a few of those men who, after seeing that I viewed their profile, send me an e-mail. a bumblebee stung him, and he had an allergic reaction! Fate."Admit it, we're all a little obsessed with how-we-met stories.So why do we place so much significance on these stories (especially since 38 percent of singles have met online or via mobile app, according to a Pew Research Center survey)? S., there's this focus on the fairy tale of falling in love," says Ty Tashiro, Ph D, author of "From childhood, those are the stories you hear, so people try to shape their experience of meeting their partner and falling in love to fit that cultural narrative."But lovey-dovey tales are increasingly difficult to find. Tell us about your experiences dating with Classifieds. Did their web self line up with their real world self?