Thursday, April 29, 2010

Boulevard of Broken Dreams

"When you're dreaming with a broken heart, the hardest part is waking up." - John Mayer

I've always been a big dreamer and a hopeful optimistic. I've made poor decisions both professionally and personally, but I have learned from my mistakes and tried not to repeat them.
Last month, on a whim I signed up for eHarmony and At least with it's more personable. All the essential info right up front, but one has to wonder how many of these people are pimping themselves out on multiple dating sites and should you hit it off with one of them can you really trust that they aren't still using the sites? Eharmony on the other hand is a complete joke. I want my money back. It's the most complicated communication system and there is no personality to finding a match.
Where are the normal, attractive men anyhow? With the exception of a handful of potential suitors, the majority of men are either over forty, divorced and bitter, incredibly self absorbed with a six pack or never married but have multiple kids. I thought I found a decent guy with a great job and similar interests. We had been chatting online for a few weeks, but never got a chance to meet in person due to scheduling conflicts. He wasn't my typical type, but I'm a sucker for foreigners. He is originally from South America and he still travels there at least once a month for business. So, we were suppose to me for drinks this weekend and I emailed him on Monday to confirm and now it's basically Friday and still no answer. I can see that he has been on match within the last twenty-four hours so he must have gotten my emails. At least have the decency to respond and tell me you aren't interested anymore. You can't hate me already we haven't even met.
I signed up for three months so I have thirty days left and unless George Clooney or Jude Law become members my chances of finding love in cyber space aren't looking so hot.

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