A Little Naughty Fun

Soooooo, Raven and I were having a little fun last night and, I’m not entirely sure how, we came up with the idea of me creating a dating profile using the App Barely Husband registered with (the one she found by accident) to find him there (just to see it, no action).

I created the basics and hit search. Too many profiles popped up.

I narrowed down the search by postcode area and age. Still no luck.

I changed the postcode to mine because, you know, he still uses that address officially. Nothing.

I have a few theories:

  1. He left the App, giving up on the online dating experience;
  2. His profile is hidden, waiting for our divorce;
  3. He created a fake profile, like I did (oops!);
  4. We are not compatible.

Just think about it.

BTW, I am not pursuing the online thing. It did not attract me at all and I was cringing all through it. Definitely not for me. The App is already gone.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. When I was separated, I was playing around with the online thing and discovered I was too terrified about the guys I might meet.

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    1. DFMGhost says:

      I wouldn’t say I’m terrified but looking through the pictures, there was always something missing. There’s that spontaneously exchanged smile, endearing body language and that thing you can’t explain that attracts you to someone you don’t necessarily find beautiful. I enjoy these interactions and the coldness of the pictures and lists to match threw me off. It’s weird.

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      1. Yes, that makes perfect sense. I don’t think it’s weird at all.

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  2. I tried over a year ago, and haven’t been able to bring myself to do it again. Not sure I ever will. It just reinforced my belief that men just don’t see me that way.

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    1. DFMGhost says:

      I don’t know… I believe there are good people behind those photos, lost in the sea of jerks looking for a one night stand. I really can’t see how i could find them like this.
      You’d have the same problem, getting rid of all the chaff. It would be exhausting and frustrating.

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      1. It isn’t that I don’t think there are good men, but I guess it’s too things. I think the chaff far outweighs the wheat. And I think the good men get lazy because why wait for Ms. Right when Ms. Right Now is right there waiting for the Netflix and Chill on Tinder? I don’t think I can compete with that.

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      2. DFMGhost says:

        I’m still hopeful. Miss Right Now will last about as long as Mr Right Now would. The right guy will appear sooner or later. I’m not settling for less and I don’t want to be negative. Now I believe it brings more negative. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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