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I was up front with this dude from the get-go about being out of something recently, and not looking to jump back into dating.
He was nice, he was good conversation, but as usual, it just wasn't there for me, and while he said I was "fucking awesome" (he has good taste in women, too) and he would like to get together for a real date, I think he picked up on my vibe and let me flee with my friendsies.
When I dug deeper into her experience of online dating, she scoffed, saying it had been like being stuck in The Twilight Zone, "where I found myself saying 'WTF' just a little too often." Hmm, I thought, that doesn't sound like fun at all.
But when an even slower, deeper call was introduced, the frogs flocked to the previous loser -- the voice that was deep and moderately slow.
I was scheduled to go out with the Deja Vu for a second date but, as per usual, I ended up canceling. I'd like to say you live and learn but that's a pretty solid pattern for me. I may love dating, but when it comes down to it, I'm not a relationship person, and it takes a lot to lock me down.
I had liked him well enough when we went out, but I'm not looking to jump into anything, and it seemed he was pretty intent on Girlfriending me. Now I'm working through the realization that FH got the final boot, I'm back to square one, and I should just embrace the fact that down the road I'm probably going to end up remodeling an old farmhouse with my "good friend" Patricia and our seven cats.
Here's the gist: With just two products to pick from, you're likely to either want the cheapest one or the one with the best features.
But adding a third option that's similar to one of the other two makes you more likely to select the third, "best" candidate.