Beard lover dating
"There's definitely a scale from fun to serious, but in the middle it seems really vague," he said.
Whining about the perils of singledom may be more popular ever, but it's never been easier to find a bespoke boyfriend.
(That's right, he will be taking my last name in this made up scenario.) Maybe my future is waiting for me to click a tiny heart underneath his picture and decide to give into societal pressures. Or maybe I will spend 15 minutes setting up a fake profile (using my actual picture) and proceed to make people online uncomfortable. I think love finds you when it finds you — or when it stops asking about feet stuff.
I'm currently on two dating apps where every other message is asking for pictures of my feet, but I'm surprisingly not bitter.
I pictured a cartoon door with a beard-shaped hole in it.
I'm not sure if my question made him realize that he had no real reason to be on there, if I scared him away, or he saw in my profile that I was a writer and connected the dots that I was snooping around.