Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. You just have to remember that what you think of the contact and the status of the contact could be far away from what theythink of you back.Most people talk about meeting just to see what you will offerand if they don't hear an offer they want, they forget about meeting.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...I would also approach the woman about anything that might be a concern and find out her side of the story..least your friend deserved that much.I've learned not to take what certain types of people say to heart.
The guy was probably intimidated by your beauty and couldn't handle a hottie like you.Last night I got stood up by a guy for a first date set up from an online dating site; is there anything worse than getting stood up by a guy?I know it was not an accident that he did not show up because when I got home the connection to the guy who was supposed to meet me had been deleted on the dating site we met on.So my question is, would you ever cancel a date or stand someone up based on information provided by someone who knew them, but didn't like them? If they are a jerk or whatever, I'll find it out for myself thank you very much. If my brother gave me information about a woman he knew and i was intending on dating, i would listen because i think he had my best interests at heart.But that being said i would also deduce if what he was telling me was from actual experiences he had with the woman or heresay from a third party.