Is dating someone who also likes watching “Game of Thrones” and listening to Phish a real dealbreaker? This next quote comes from Pinterest user Tammera 21’s page: “I can’t believe how convenient online dating is.
One of the many gems to come out of the book include this quote: “Today, if you own a smartphone, you’re carrying a 24/7 singles bar in your pocket.” We can now date anywhere and everywhere, but is that a good thing?
One of the best moments in life is when you are dating someone, when you are finally together with the person that you adore, the person you love or when you are finally dating someone that you have long wanted to get to know more about.
Dating is the process of getting to know someone better, to know what makes them laugh, what their pet peeves are, what they are like outside of their usual self.
Comedian Ryan Hamilton expressed his frustrations with online dating in that same Telegraph article: “My friends said if you’re not involved in one of these online dating services, you’re just gonna get left behind socially, you know. It’s as if you are supposed to define yourself by how you distract yourself.
It’s like impersonating a person — this is what I do instead of engaging with other people.” She’s got a point.