He might just be nervous, but he could also be someone other than who he says he is.
I exchanged phone numbers with a guy, and when he called me to set up a date, he was drunk,” says Lindsay.
If your date instructs you never to call on evenings and weekends or will call you only from a restricted number, there’s a good chance that she’s trying to keep you a secret.
You’ve done it—you’ve found a person online who seems to be perfect for you.
It’s great conversation fodder when someone displays snapshots of himself on vacation or out with friends, but it’s reasonable to expect at least one clear picture of his face.
If you receive an impersonal message that seems oddly like a form letter, it probably is.
When we meet a potential love interest in person, we’re taught to look for certain red flags—like being rude to the waiter, calling incessantly or not at all, or claiming that his favorite book is The Da Vinci Code.
Online dating was supposed to make it easier to meet and screen potential dates, but sometimes it seems as if it’s just added one more layer of effort that requires you to filter out the crazies to get to the good ones.A person who constantly makes plans and then cancels them, or who can talk on the phone only at certain times of the day, either has an incredibly demanding job or is not quite as single as she claims.It’s sad, but many married people troll dating sites, either looking for some action on the side or just seeking validation.What’s not okay is to expect potential suitors to conform to a long list of demands.If you see a profile that specifies a required height/weight, salary, or supermodel looks, or includes domineering phrases like “I need …” or “I won’t tolerate …,” consider whether you could ever live up to this person’s impossible standards.“I should’ve taken that as a sign, but I figured it was Friday night, so I shouldn’t judge.