I figured out that if I log in at am and do a new “Find New Matches” search I will get 7 new hand computer picked matches.
So everyday since I’m up at midnight, I log in and get my 7 new exciting matches. That’s active, open, matches, that I’ve sent my multiple choice questions over to, and I’m patiently waiting for their response. In ADDITION to the 748 matches I am currently waiting for a response for, I have also 436 archived matches and 721 matches I’ve closed out. So you’re saying I matched on 29 levels of compatibility with almost 2000 women in San Diego?
But then, you start realizing, wait a minute, no ones responding back to you.
But the new matches keep coming in, 7 a day, and you keep sending over your stage one questions, and you keep waiting for them to respond.
The multiple choice questions have to be picked from a provided list and the answers are already provided. Apparently girls need months and months before then can decide that they want to respond back to me with these tough hitting question?
You’re probably thinking well, there has to be a glitch in the matrix.
"The bigger the penis, the better the sex." This assumption is a staple of modern fiction when it comes to Sex Tropes.
It's the reason why Compensating for Something is, by its very nature, an insult — everybody knows that a man has a big penis (or at the very least, an average one).
Also, thank you for taking the time to read this during work. Also if you’d like to take this opportunity to tell your female single co-workers about this blog, and ask them if they want to date me, I wouldn’t be mad. Fuck Eharmony.com, which I couldn’t believe was still available. Now the tricky thing about eharmony is, it takes two to tango.
There’s no way that 748 girls just haven’t responded back to you.
They’re probably closed you out and you didn’t know. I WISH they had closed me out, that way at least I know they’re weren’t interested, they would be removed from my list.
And me being a man of statistics and math, knows that even though it’s only a half percent chance she will actually respond, that’s half a percent chance for every single one of the 748 girls.
I think it’s actually a cumulative binomial probability problem.