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So unfortunately with that, being who I have been, a normal expectable prediction, I don't see a 3 being aside from accurate.
I'm getting a lot of older men (way older, like old enough to be my father) "winking" and messaging me.
When people say hello functions break down in the phone and assume the app only runs at 100% when it's compared to the time and money.
A cyberspace is a convenient way to meet people who like to avoid traditional greetings and meetings but be comfortable to say whatever they want knowing they can just refuse a person.
(I know you say you won't, but it keeps happening anyway.) My profile shouldn't even be seen by dirty old men and there are so many I'm getting interest from and matched with that is starting to feel very icky checking my match profile.
I just about want to cry when you can't find decent matches, and if you can't find those, don't give me creepers.
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I fall into a range that only 3-6% of the population might relate to.
Then again I got along with one person in one year, and rarely have talked to anyone.
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