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So she will never click on my profile out of the blue, because she’ll think, “eh, he’s bald, next, next, next.”When a girl goes on a dating website, she is in a shopping kind of a mode.But when you meet a girl in real life, she’s not necessarily shopping and judging. It’s a magical and spontaneous thing, and it’s completely lost on a website.Now, I know that it seems cruel to favor girls without kids, but – I’ve dated single mothers before. Also, when a woman has a kid, it’s harder to find any time to learn who the woman is. I played with him, disciplined him, tucked him in at night, and read him stories – the whole thing. So when we finally hit a small bump in the road, the relationship crumbled. And with Christmas around the corner, I’m simply not ready to be a father figure AND Santa Claus.The girls online who don’t have kids usually have other baggage.She might have been reading, or thinking, or dreaming, and then you had the guts and bravery to approach her and start a conversation. Dating websites try to make up for this by including lots of personality tests.But all of these tests are flawed, because different things matter to different people.” Guys and girls naturally answer that oppositely, and that skews the test.Then there are the dumb questions like, “Which way do you like to put the toilet paper roll?

It feels creepy and weird, but – you know, everything is creepy.

” Needless to say, right now, I’m looking for a girl who is, I don’t know . ” Dating websites usually have twice as many guys as there are girls, so a new pretty girl with no kids will get bombed with tons of messages.

Now, I know, lots of girls don’t really care about that. Ask any woman who has married a bald man, and they will say, “I never thought I would ever go for a bald guy, and then I met my husband and it’s the best thing ever!

When a man joins a dating website, it’s not really a huge risk.

So today, I’m deleting all of my online dating profiles, and venturing out onto a brave new experiment called, “real life”.

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