Today, it's either be alone and miserable, or go on shitty dates and be miserable. I have no other options. FML

by mr1234 / 12/01/2014 at 11:01pm / United States (California) / Love

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  • To be honest I feel like you deserve it. If this is your attitude towards dates it doesn't surprise me that they don't go that well. I also don't understand why you have to be miserable just because you are alone. Hang out with friends, pick up a fun and interesting hobby and I'm sure that a lot of things will change for you. You can't just hope for Mister Right to come along and change your world, you have to invest yourself a bit too.

    #13 - On 12/02/2014 at 5:19am by Iwtumn

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  • OP here--I'm quite happy with my life otherwise; I have great family, a place to live and food to eat, a job I really like. I'm just very lonely. However, in my experience with dating sites, I get very frustrated because many of the dates go nowhere (because of many different reasons, many of them objectively pertaining to the other party). I do not go out to bars/clubs, and even though I have a number of activities outside the house, they are majority female (kickboxing, walking group, female friends that don't know a lot of single males, etc). I feel like I'm really missing that special someone in my life, and want to do all I can to find him, but "dating" is just making me feel worse and worse about myself (over multiple years). So literally, I have no other choice that to be unhappy (in this area) and alone, or be horribly uncomfortable on dates with strangers (which are indeed few and far between to begin with). So fuck all of you for saying i deserve it. maybe with some background you'll understand that character limitations don't show the whole story.

    #73 - On 12/02/2014 at 7:08pm by mr1234

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