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Time is useless.

I’m going to die alone.

Excuse me while I rant.

So I went through my tinder feed. Not that I’m looking for a life partner on tinder cause that’s stupid and unrealistic but it was a good sample for my experiment. Sure there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but I don’t want to eat like 80% of those fish. I didn’t realize how many stereotypes of guys there are that I have no interest in touching with a ten foot pole. So I went through 100 guys and found 3 with potential. The other 97 were those guys that do stupid mud races, guys that “love to work out” which I don’t trust because you shouldn’t love to work out you should just work out because it’s the adult thing to do and hate it like the rest of us, guys with tribal tats, guys that hunt and fish more than they breathe, guys without degrees or even high school diplomas, guys who aren’t out of the closet yet, guys with silhouetted pictures of them staring blankly into the distance because they’re complicated and misunderstood or whatever, guys that smoke weed and tell the internet about it, guys that didn’t get the memo that since flip phones don’t exist anymore “wut u doin, r u singl” is not an appropriate way to speak anymore, military guys (already made my way around all 5 branches of the military and I’m not interested in round two cause they all pretty much have the same attitude and morals which aren’t bad it’s just not for me), guys who take far too many selfies, guys who still take mirror pics in their dirty ass bathrooms, and guys with one picture of them self and 5 others of their truck/motorcycle/a dumb trashy meme from 2007. Now don’t get me wrong, all these guys may be super nice and potentially wonderful to their significant other. All I’m saying is they aren’t for me, but there is probably someone out there for them. These are just qualities I personally am not attracted to and I’m trying to figure out if that makes me a huge bitch with outrageous standards or if finding the right person is as difficult as all the romantic comedies make it out to be. So 3% of the guys based on first impression have potential. Of that 3%, there’s probably only one that doesn’t have a temper problem, mommy issues, alcoholism, or the urge to date rape, or has a job, car, own apartment, and the ability to care for a dog. So in conclusion. I’m going to either have to change my standards or accept that I’m statistically going to die alone.

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I’m going to die alone.

Excuse me while I rant.

So I went through my tinder feed. Not that I’m looking for a life partner on tinder cause that’s stupid and unrealistic but it was a good sample for my experiment. Sure there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but I don’t want to eat like 80% of those fish. I didn’t realize how many stereotypes of guys there are that I have no interest in touching with a ten foot pole. So I went through 100 guys and found 3 with potential. The other 97 were those guys that do stupid mud races, guys that “love to work out” which I don’t trust because you shouldn’t love to work out you should just work out because it’s the adult thing to do and hate it like the rest of us, guys with tribal tats, guys that hunt and fish more than they breathe, guys without degrees or even high school diplomas, guys who aren’t out of the closet yet, guys with silhouetted pictures of them staring blankly into the distance because they’re complicated and misunderstood or whatever, guys that smoke weed and tell the internet about it, guys that didn’t get the memo that since flip phones don’t exist anymore “wut u doin, r u singl” is not an appropriate way to speak anymore, military guys (already made my way around all 5 branches of the military and I’m not interested in round two cause they all pretty much have the same attitude and morals which aren’t bad it’s just not for me), guys who take far too many selfies, guys who still take mirror pics in their dirty ass bathrooms, and guys with one picture of them self and 5 others of their truck/motorcycle/a dumb trashy meme from 2007. Now don’t get me wrong, all these guys may be super nice and potentially wonderful to their significant other. All I’m saying is they aren’t for me, but there is probably someone out there for them. These are just qualities I personally am not attracted to and I’m trying to figure out if that makes me a huge bitch with outrageous standards or if finding the right person is as difficult as all the romantic comedies make it out to be. So 3% of the guys based on first impression have potential. Of that 3%, there’s probably only one that doesn’t have a temper problem, mommy issues, alcoholism, or the urge to date rape, or has a job, car, own apartment, and the ability to care for a dog. So in conclusion. I’m going to either have to change my standards or accept that I’m statistically going to die alone.

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I’m going to die alone.

Excuse me while I rant.

So I went through my tinder feed. Not that I’m looking for a life partner on tinder cause that’s stupid and unrealistic but it was a good sample for my experiment. Sure there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but I don’t want to eat like 80% of those fish. I didn’t realize how many stereotypes of guys there are that I have no interest in touching with a ten foot pole. So I went through 100 guys and found 3 with potential. The other 97 were those guys that do stupid mud races, guys that “love to work out” which I don’t trust because you shouldn’t love to work out you should just work out because it’s the adult thing to do and hate it like the rest of us, guys with tribal tats, guys that hunt and fish more than they breathe, guys without degrees or even high school diplomas, guys who aren’t out of the closet yet, guys with silhouetted pictures of them staring blankly into the distance because they’re complicated and misunderstood or whatever, guys that smoke weed and tell the internet about it, guys that didn’t get the memo that since flip phones don’t exist anymore “wut u doin, r u singl” is not an appropriate way to speak anymore, military guys (already made my way around all 5 branches of the military and I’m not interested in round two cause they all pretty much have the same attitude and morals which aren’t bad it’s just not for me), guys who take far too many selfies, guys who still take mirror pics in their dirty ass bathrooms, and guys with one picture of them self and 5 others of their truck/motorcycle/a dumb trashy meme from 2007. Now don’t get me wrong, all these guys may be super nice and potentially wonderful to their significant other. All I’m saying is they aren’t for me, but there is probably someone out there for them. These are just qualities I personally am not attracted to and I’m trying to figure out if that makes me a huge bitch with outrageous standards or if finding the right person is as difficult as all the romantic comedies make it out to be. So 3% of the guys based on first impression have potential. Of that 3%, there’s probably only one that doesn’t have a temper problem, mommy issues, alcoholism, or the urge to date rape, or has a job, car, own apartment, and the ability to care for a dog. So in conclusion. I’m going to either have to change my standards or accept that I’m statistically going to die alone.

6 minutes ago  -  Notes
I’m going to die alone.

Excuse me while I rant.

So I went through my tinder feed. Not that I’m looking for a life partner on tinder cause that’s stupid and unrealistic but it was a good sample for my experiment. Sure there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but I don’t want to eat like 80% of those fish. I didn’t realize how many stereotypes of guys there are that I have no interest in touching with a ten foot pole. So I went through 100 guys and found 3 with potential. The other 97 were those guys that do stupid mud races, guys that “love to work out” which I don’t trust because you shouldn’t love to work out you should just work out because it’s the adult thing to do and hate it like the rest of us, guys with tribal tats, guys that hunt and fish more than they breathe, guys without degrees or even high school diplomas, guys who aren’t out of the closet yet, guys with silhouetted pictures of them staring blankly into the distance because they’re complicated and misunderstood or whatever, guys that smoke weed and tell the internet about it, guys that didn’t get the memo that since flip phones don’t exist anymore “wut u doin, r u singl” is not an appropriate way to speak anymore, military guys (already made my way around all 5 branches of the military and I’m not interested in round two cause they all pretty much have the same attitude and morals which aren’t bad it’s just not for me), guys who take far too many selfies, guys who still take mirror pics in their dirty ass bathrooms, and guys with one picture of them self and 5 others of their truck/motorcycle/a dumb trashy meme from 2007. Now don’t get me wrong, all these guys may be super nice and potentially wonderful to their significant other. All I’m saying is they aren’t for me, but there is probably someone out there for them. These are just qualities I personally am not attracted to and I’m trying to figure out if that makes me a huge bitch with outrageous standards or if finding the right person is as difficult as all the romantic comedies make it out to be. So 3% of the guys based on first impression have potential. Of that 3%, there’s probably only one that doesn’t have a temper problem, mommy issues, alcoholism, or the urge to date rape, or has a job, car, own apartment, and the ability to care for a dog. So in conclusion. I’m going to either have to change my standards or accept that I’m statistically going to die alone.

7 minutes ago  -  Notes
I’m going to die alone.

Excuse me while I rant.

So I went through my tinder feed. Not that I’m looking for a life partner on tinder cause that’s stupid and unrealistic but it was a good sample for my experiment. Sure there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but I don’t want to eat like 80% of those fish. I didn’t realize how many stereotypes of guys there are that I have no interest in touching with a ten foot pole. So I went through 100 guys and found 3 with potential. The other 97 were those guys that do stupid mud races, guys that “love to work out” which I don’t trust because you shouldn’t love to work out you should just work out because it’s the adult thing to do and hate it like the rest of us, guys with tribal tats, guys that hunt and fish more than they breathe, guys without degrees or even high school diplomas, guys who aren’t out of the closet yet, guys with silhouetted pictures of them staring blankly into the distance because they’re complicated and misunderstood or whatever, guys that smoke weed and tell the internet about it, guys that didn’t get the memo that since flip phones don’t exist anymore “wut u doin, r u singl” is not an appropriate way to speak anymore, military guys (already made my way around all 5 branches of the military and I’m not interested in round two cause they all pretty much have the same attitude and morals which aren’t bad it’s just not for me), guys who take far too many selfies, guys who still take mirror pics in their dirty ass bathrooms, and guys with one picture of them self and 5 others of their truck/motorcycle/a dumb trashy meme from 2007. Now don’t get me wrong, all these guys may be super nice and potentially wonderful to their significant other. All I’m saying is they aren’t for me, but there is probably someone out there for them. These are just qualities I personally am not attracted to and I’m trying to figure out if that makes me a huge bitch with outrageous standards or if finding the right person is as difficult as all the romantic comedies make it out to be. So 3% of the guys based on first impression have potential. Of that 3%, there’s probably only one that doesn’t have a temper problem, mommy issues, alcoholism, or the urge to date rape, or has a job, car, own apartment, and the ability to care for a dog. So in conclusion. I’m going to either have to change my standards or accept that I’m statistically going to die alone.

9 minutes ago  -  Notes

verybigpimpin:

*txts back 20 days later & picks up the conversation where we left off as if no time has passed and without an excuse*

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xdigxdeepx:

It’s really the worst feeling when you can’t get someone you care the most about to show any sign of them caring back.

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