In the long history of the internet there is a stack of screen shootings miles long that detail the tantrums men throw when their manhood is questioned. It’s happened to me — once I happened to fall asleep late at night while texting person I was getting to know from Tinder, and woke up to this 😛 TAGEND
For whatever reason, men on dating apps tend to be, should we say ” touchy “?
The company that owns the dating app Bumble recently got work of a similar instance happening when a guy flipped out because a girl asked” what do you do “? I get that sometimes dating — and especially dating apps — can sometimes feel like a scheduled interview where the other person feels like they’re putting on a depict so you can determine whether they’re “good enough”. But it’s a two-way street. You judge people harshly on their appearance, and you judge people harshly based on whether they live up to the idea of the kind of person you want to be with. Regrettably, one of those things happens on first looking, and another takes a few prying questions.
But again, getting to know someone and seeing if you are able scene a life with them is what dating is about. The big things about your life: what you definitely sounds like, what you do for run, whether you have children, what your home situation is like — those aren’t a secret. Those are the first things you should tell people so you can mutually decide if you’re compatible. If you’re super worried about gold-diggers, it seems like suggesting a cheap/ free first few dates would easily weed that out.