Pathetic online dating
the "worst online dating profile ever." Her thesis: There did indeed exist a woman "so awful, so toxic, so irredeemably unlikeable that no one would message her, or if they did, at least they would realize they never, ever wanted to meet her." As it turns out, there wasn't.In creating her profile for "Aaron Carter Fan," Reed used the real photo of her model friend Rae to entice gentlemen callers.Rather, you search and email (and possibly IM) online.The date, if it happens at all, takes place in the real world…They interact naturally, converse, and get to know each other’s quirks (both endearing and annoying).It’s only by sharing experiences that you can tell whether there’s real chemistry, real potential for a future.
Dating sites gather basic data and allow users to sort potential matches by criteria such as: The problem is, there’s only a weak correlation between shared interests and compatibility. Like saying they’re into hiking, when they haven’t been in years.) To allow for more personalization, dating sites let you post written profiles.) e attempts to provide better results by “probing deeper” with more detailed personality profiles.But really, isn’t that an attempt to solve the problem by adding on more of the same?But that was exactly where Aaron Carter Fan's attractiveness ended and her repugnant personality began.Her self-summary was the infamous "if u cant handle me at my worst u dont deserve me at my best"; the thing she was really good at was "convincing people im pregnat lol"; and under "favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food," Aaron Carter Fan wrote "soooooo glad their making another over 500 messages by the time the experiment concluded.