Many people say that they hate dating and looking for romance, and would much rather quickly find a person to “settle down” with, minus all the coffees and dinners, hope and rejection.
*/ var render Promo Details = function(should Show Popover) ; /* CLAIM CODE REDEMPTION Promotion/GC redemption click handler.Dating, as many women will tell you, can be a great, steaming pile of suck. They text you late at night with one thing on their minds. Another girlfriend said “yes” to a guy she had zero interest in because she couldn't afford to eat out and he'd offered to treat. She then told him she'd already eaten and she and her posse left 15 minutes later when she decided he was boring. A guy friend told me about a woman who spent the entire second date talking about how she was still in love with her ex and then let him pick up the tab.We slam men for minor imperfections — one friend immediately dismissed a nice guy she met at a park because “he had Hobbit feet” — even imperfections we'd want them to overlook in us, like bad breath or a beater car or the absence of a six-pack (or any pack).We ghost them after a few dates; or worse, sometimes in the midst of an actual relationship. Is it so hard to imagine someone who's nervous about meeting you might have temporary verbal diarrhea, or that he might inadvertently try to show off his encyclopedic knowledge of Marvel movies?