One guy who contacted me discussed his views on fairness over long emails going on for weeks and then asked when I could drive to see him, becoming offended when I suggested meeting at a halfway point.
After that, I didn’t want to meet, and I would have known that sooner had I taken the initiative.
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The transition from online messaging to an offline meeting is not as scary as it may seem, in fact it’s simply an opportunity to test your interpersonal chemistry.
But there are certain risks involved in meeting in person someone you have met online.
This survey of 433 online daters showed the longer people waited to meet, the more likely they were to feel let down.
If you want to lessen your chance of feeling let down during online dating, here are 6 ways to quickly go from messaging to meeting: The questions drone on, as do his responses to your questions. You won’t know if there’s any future with this guy until you actually meet up.
Another fellow was a great philosophizer, but when we finally spoke on the phone, his main topic was complaints about his ex-wife.
I’ve also heard from guys who claimed to be traveling for weeks.