|Couldn't resist not posting such a cute guy!|
I don't know how comes that every time I write a post on the blog I have spaghetti. -.-
I am busy, that's why I write rarely. Busy with shits, obviously. Since the last post I've met Asia. Yey... Asia. Someone has to make up on me, though. And Budi who raped me, in the streets. I wasn't hugged that way ever since... I've last seen her, duuh!
Now let's write about something more precise, dating websites.
And what am I saying is that I believe they are pretty fake. Because practically we filter people just the way we like, we choose and obtain just what we want. Wasn't love supposed to be that thing when you get to fall in love with a person for how it is, who it is, how it behaves, for how you get to like that person, seeing how it is in real life and in different situations? But with the dating websites we know what we are looking for and we overlook a lot of people, we filter them, we throw away what we don't like. When we finally find someone we like, we don't actually realize how that person is for real because it's hard to see how a person is for real just by having a few conversations with him/her, it's hard to see how it behaves with its acquaintances/friends/family.
I consider that the interaction between them two is different because the surrounding where they have met. Because they both do know what they are there for - a normal date/sex date. And usually they date to see if they like each other, if what they believed until that moment about the other is true, to get to know the other person better. But if the attraction would evolve from a friendship, for example, it would be different. There would be an emotion, that little thing which would pop up in mind saying "I hope I don't screw everything up/say something wrong" or "I want to impress" but given the situation in which they meet to get to know each other at that point, I believe this emotion, this thing is highly diminished, given the fact that not knowing the person very well can hardly lead to expectations like "I want to impress/ I want to make myself liked" and the chance that the person you're dating might not be what you have been expecting is high.