So, I've been doing the world of online dating. I met this girl online and we seemed to hit it off pretty well. We went out 2 times, and on the second date, I said I'd call her to go see a movie we were talking about. I called on Tuesday, and have yet to hear back from her.

If you don't want to see me anymore, just tell me. I hate just waiting for a call, which I now realize is never coming. It is just not cool.

Nine Replies to Women suck!

Denise Sawicki | November 13, 2006
Guys did that constantly to me too when I was doing online dating. I feel your pain. Don't let it get you down...

Matthew Preston | November 13, 2006
Happened here with online dating for me too. This girl told me she would call me later in the week... that was back in July and I still haven't heard from her.

Tony Peters | November 13, 2006
makes me glad I'm married...honestly with the present state of dating in the world I think I would turn celibate if I wasn't married.

Jackie Mason | November 16, 2006
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Lori Lancaster | November 16, 2006
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Denise Sawicki | November 16, 2006
I'm glad to be married too. I would disagree on the claim that online dating doesn't work, of course, since it's the only way I ever got a date in my life, and the way I met my husband. Of course, we are both psychos, so we hardly count :)

Kris Weberg | November 24, 2006
Dating is a sucker's game; the only people who benefit from it are headwaiters , confectioners, and the discreet clinic down the street.

Scott Hardie | December 3, 2006
I'm all for online dating as well. My parents met through its precursor, a telephone dating service, so I wouldn't exist if people didn't take chances on that sort of thing.

I do hate the no-answer thing, but life gets in the way sometimes. Lori's right and it might be that she was too busy or something. I have people waiting to hear from me right now and I could be answering them instead of replying to XQC posts, but then this is the first reading and replying to XQC posts I've done in a whole month, so someone always goes ignored and you do your best juggle. Where was I going with this? Oh yeah. If she doesn't answer, nothing you can do but find another. You'll do all right, Scott.

Amy Austin | December 20, 2006
...I think I would turn celibate if I wasn't married.

You're a liar, Tony! And besides that... many people turn celibate *because* their married, sadly enough. That "discreet clinic" ain't gettin' any of *my* business...


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