Dating just looking at dating
OR, they stick to having their intent as friends but seemingly hint that they want more eventually with sayings like 'just looking to meet people and see where it goes' in their profiles.
I've even seen women complain in their own profiles about guys who don't get that they just want to be friends when they message and then meet offline. Guys don't go on a dating site looking for female "friends".
If a guy tells you he just wants to be friends, it means he got what he wanted....
Deep down, I think coming here for friends is masquerading as ultimately wanting to date.
Friends is one of the "looking for" options the site offers.2. Men and women both select "friends" and "hang out."4.
There is a back button for getting away from such illegitimate types.5.
Its not like they're going to go out of their way to hang out with you again.
Especially since they got probably 2052052 more messages waiting.
I have an idea of how you are supposed to behave, and how I want you to behave. But it's too much work to actually communicate them so I will just use the handy word of "friend" which really has no meaning by itself, only what I define it as. If she dates you and doesnt like you she can always pull the "I have always said I wanted to be friends"...
"It is code for...............looking for a relationship.
Many of us aren't interested in relationship/s/o live ins.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Honestly, who in this day and age just comes onto a DATING site to meet just a friend? Not to sound like a homophobe, but if a guy came to me on a dating site, looking to be my friend, I'd probably doubt his intentions would be legit.
If a guy tells you he just wants to be friends, it means he got what he wanted (or was wrong in his choice) and he's done with you.
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I voted to keep this thread going, just because the intensity of the replies indicates that it is something that requires ongoing discussion, even though it HAS been done before.