I sent my first mass email message to potential suitors on Match.com the other day. It basically said I was getting too many messages from dudes and I couldn’t keep them straight. Seriously, I was. For whatever reason I have a problem in my life that I seem to open the flood gates (this applies to all kinds of issues) and then I am shocked when a flood enters. I’m an idiot and gave out my phone number to a bunch of guys on there hoping to simplify things and cut the crap of online dating.
I deleted my Christian Mingle account but since Match.com cost a lot more I couldn’t bring myself to do it. I also had some loose ends to tie up. I don’t like being a total jerk about things and think you should attempt to follow up with everyone you talk to so I have been trying to do that.
The other day, I posted something from a guy’s online dating profile that cracked me up and within a matter of minutes it started a small conversation. I did it again last night and the same thing happened. So I decided today that in order for me to get the most of out of my Match.com subscription, it is necessary for me to create a hashtag. All awesome things in the world have hashtags, so why not this phenomena of crazy dating profile quotes. So the hashtag is: #WomanlyWomanDod which stands for Dude of Day or Dude of the Day. :)
I am hoping you-all get as many laughs out of this as I do.
Making this a blog project will help me to actually live out my Dating Detox and also feel like I’ve gotten my money’s worth from the site. I can also stop trash talking guys – well at least the ones who don’t put hilarious stuff in their profiles – and just focus on becoming a better person myself. And, lastly, I can make fun of Match.com more because they rejected me from their affiliate network (where I could have promoted their website to others and made a commission when someone clicked on the links).
You can check out these lovely snippets from Dudes of the Day by visiting http://on.fb.me/1aF9isY or clicking this image: