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I’ve even tried using Johnny Bravo quotes on tinder. Obviously, the best looking people get more messages and the ones that are less blessed in the looks department miss out.
People take one look at a photo and instantly decide whether to accept or reject it.
I’ve tried a number of online dating websites like Plenty of Fish, tinder, Zoosk, bumble, and even some weird ones aimed at disabled people, all without luck. And even if they do it’s only to say “sorry not interested.” It’s nice that they’ve taken the trouble to actually reply but it’s a bit disappointing at the same time. I’m far from being a supermodel but I like to think I am reasonably attractive – judging by the fact that people don’t run away screaming whenever they see me. Call me cynical but I think it is because most people don’t want to date someone in a wheelchair.
I’ve tried a number of different tactics to try and get a response. Neither did pretending to be posh and employing a myriad of discombobulating vocabulary. Online dating is incredibly superficial and relies primarily on people’s photos.
Most people probably don’t even bother reading their profile, and a lot of people don’t even bother to write one.