By Anonymous - 28/10/2009 05:42 - New Zealand
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Man I dont understand woman, she takes the effort the edit out her moustache in all of her online photos but cant get rid of it in real life :S
You deserved it for being so naive, AND for meeting up with some girl you met on the internet. Dude, what were you thinking? o_O
Excuse YOU! He never said the girl was fat or ugly. She might have been Mexican or Muslim, countries where women have dark body hair. I know several of my friends who edit out their mustache (as they call it) from their pictures and its just natural body hair. The girl might have been told she was ugly for something that is natural on her. Talk about being a shallow jackass. He obviously thought she was pretty enough to want to date in real life. So even if she did have a mustache, or dark facial hair, then all she has to do is wax. And as for you saying that only fat ugly people date online, some people are busy, or shy. Grow the fuck up.
Americayay, you assume that there is a god. I am not saying he should not use his senses to find his mate, but people also have minds and attraction is sometimes using your sense of self to find someone who is like you. There are a lot of couples who are formed through attraction of the mind before the body. Animals mate other animals that show attractive features, sure, but naturally. Which includes body hair and often times, animals that are not starving themselves. Most animals look for healthy females. So if you are going off the five senses and how god made us, I thought Jesus was born unattractive and Jewish people had their marriages arranged back in the bible. Also god says not to be of this world. So looking at a girl and judging her off "the five senses" denies that she has a soul and a worth beyond how pretty she is without a mustache.
You do realize that some of the people dating online end up getting raped right? Be realistic. This time it was just some girl with a mustache. What if next time it's some pedophile? Im not saying that this is always the case but you have to watch out for those things. Internet dating isn't safe, and it's just wrong. That's my opinion.
You do realize that actually meeting a rapist online is rare, right? They make it seem common ot protect the few people who would end up getting hurt, but in reality, it's not nearly that common. More than half the people I know have met someone else online. Not a single one was ever raped, threatened, etc. However I do know two people who have been raped. One was by her babysitter when she was a little kid, the other by her boyfriend in highschool. Based on my experience meeting people online (for dating or friendship purposes) is no more dangerous than meeting people the old fashioned way. It is seen as more of a threat because you don't get to see the person. But in reality, the people you meet in person can be lying just as much as anyone online can. If you want to think internet dating is wrong, that's fine, but so far as 'dangerous' goes, I'm going to say 'no more than any other kind of dating.'
I would rather meet someone who lied about their appearance than say the fifteen girlfriends they have or the dead wife in the freezer. In reality online dating might seem iffy, you have to trust your personality to get through but meeting someone drunk at a bar, a one night stand, meeting someone at the grocery store have more chance of getting you raped or giving you an STD than talking to someone online can. Its the same with blind dates, you are taking a chance no matter who you hook up with.
I actually met my boyfriend online and many people consider me pretty. I have dated normally but I just happen to like him the most. So yes, "normal looking skinny people" can find love online as well. It's been over a year and I'm tired of hearing that crap from everyone. They just assume I can't get a "real" guy. It's ridiculous.
So if you were a guy and you saw a girl with more facial hair than you, you would think "She probably has a wonderful personality, I'll think I'll date her" also i think you miss the 2nd point about this fml, would you trust someone that had you had never met in person, but had been lying to you about themselves?