Dating site disclaimers
– guys have become hyper-aware of leading someone on, and the douchebaggy implications thereof.In order to avoid that, they throw a roadblock on the table (I mean, literally, it lands on the table with a wet thud, like a dead fish) way, way too early.Needless to say, to actually sit face-to-face with some relative stranger who asked for your number at a party last week and make idle conversation about the book you just read, with a minimum one-hour requirement to spend with them even if they turn out to be horrible, is hell for some of us. ), The Early-Onset Disclaimer has probably happened to you more than once. You've just barely just gotten your tapas, are nowhere near as drunk on Pinot as you need to be to feel less horribly awkward and self-conscious, and before you even talk about your siblings or where you went to school, the guy you're out on the date with is telling you he wants to break up. Like, eventually." "Just so you know, I'm a ghost." And then he floats away. (Perhaps there's an undiscovered piece of parchment buried somewhere in Straford-Upon-Avon upon which Romeo warns Juliet during the Capulet Ball in Act I that he "hath goodly work at a start-up.") However, it's only in recent years that the disclaimer has become par for the course, and acceptable—expected, even—to throw at a potential romantic partner as early as possible, regardless of whether or not the recipient of the disclaimer has actually said whether or not she's even looking for something serious.
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