I’ll admit I was slightly annoyed as I suggested he pick a place but he wanted me to, and after I did, he began to question it.Look buddy – either step up to the plate and take charge or just are to my suggestion. Turns out he was an ER doctor (no complaints there) and conversation was easy to come by. Will had made plans to meet friends for dinner (a classic move, an “escape hatch” should the meeting be a failure – which I fully understood), so we wrapped it up after an hour and said we’d meet again. It was nice to have a new male text buddy but seeing that a new texting friend wasn’t my end goal.And while this post doesn’t revolve around cats, my cats do play a minor role, so hang in there.After a long absence from online dating I decided to give the free site another go as several women I knew – or had heard about – had met their significant others on it.It is my personal belief that most female cat owners below the age of 40 fall into the "not a cat girl, not yet a cat lady" category. Just remember that the bond between a girl and her cat is a special and unique bond. It's a stereotype, but definitely true for some women! She knows there are guys who are allergic to cats and other guys who are "allergic to cats," so if you're just "allergic to cats," she's onto you. If you like her cat, it's an instant gateway to her heart/soul/vagina.
Things go well until she starts talking about how much she loves cats. We drafted some e Harmony employees and shot a response, also below.And now, there is a collection of similar spoof videos popping up — Debbie, Lib Dem lover, beer guy– we love them all so much we want to put them in a basket. I dutifully updated my profile with new photos ranging the gamut from a formal professional shot, to the obligatory full body photo, and a playful one of me snuggling a rescue kitten (hinting at, but not overtly calling out the role cats play in my life, as this is an area that must to be introduced with care).Several days passed before I finally received a message from a man who seemed to hold potential. He was a bit shorter than the men I usually go for, but given i’m only 5’4” I knew I couldn’t hold it against him, and a short person does not a bad mate make.