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From an article excellent article in Scientific American:article ID=79C583A1-E7F2-99DF-3BE62D88C9C352E0"Advertising materials from the largest online dating services--Match, e Harmony, and Yahoo!I know a few people; and have read numerous threads where they want to "give up" after a week or so of being on the site.They get frustrated that no one replies to their emails, smiles, winks or whatnot.I have never been a believer that you can go looking for love. With the ratio of men to women on sites like this, there will always be guys who get left on the sidelines, this is to be expected. I'm not waiting breathlessly for the love of my life to drop out of cyberspace and into my lap, but if I want to see a movie, or go out for a drink with someone I know that I'll be able to have a conversation with — this works just fine.I hope everyone does end up meeting their person of their dreams, but it may not be through online means. it is just another way in which you network with other singles. When people pay for something, the expect to be happy with what they get... I've met some very cool men here and I'm the better for it.
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To me, I come in with no expectations what so ever.
Of course I would love to end up meeting my significant other, however I would not be disappointed if it did not happen.
So I think its all relative - you get nothing out of on line dating if you refuse to get out from behind the computer screen and meet the person your chatting with in person.
I think part of the problem is that people come in with false expectations.