I think most of us (chiefly myself) have become too careful with
our love. Love isn't money, there's no reason to be saving it up...
We should be spending it a bit more freely (bravely)... When we
leave this world it's not like we leave it for someone to inherit
the unspent bits. So. Lets. Spend it all.
The questions are ridiculous and if you give any credibility to the
match system on this site then we're probably not a match.
OkCupids Math is Wrong
(borrowed that link from someone)
I think Myers-Briggs is bullshit, but I see it referenced on here
quite a bit... so, I'm an intj. But let's not confine each other
into neat little boxes quite yet eh...?
it might be true that dating apps make me feel a little cynical...
and I'm sorta terrible at okcupid.
people on sites like this have a tendency to classify and
categorize every aspect of their personality. I feel this is a
rather limiting practice, as it makes everyone appear so neat, so
black and white, so clean and one dimensional. We are all
complicated many layered onions... let's revel in that even if that
means occasionally being shocked or surprised by our own
feelings/opinions/thoughts/actions. I like the duality of things.
You're an istj who sings karaoke and sky dives..? Damn right.
That's what I'm lookin for.
"Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I
have others." - Groucho
now for the superficial/petty stuff: if you're the type of girl who
wears a seahawks jersey (or any jersey) on gameday, then we're
probably not a match. If you're a serious subscriber to any
religious dogma, then we're not a match. If 40% or more of the
photo's currently on your phone are selfies you took making cute
faces, then I doubt we'd ever have much to talk about. If you have
occasion to utter the phrase "because, I deserve it..." more then
once every 6-12 months or so, then we're not a likely pair. If
you've ever had an article of clothing that you felt really
'defined' you as a person, then again... what would we ever have to