Okay, I understand why some people might think online dating is a sign of desperation, and that dating sites are a last resort for people who can’t function in the rough-and-tumble realities of in-person dating.

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There are millions of people on different sites, from all socioeconomic, educational, and ethnic backgrounds, with varying levels of dating and relationship experience.

Everyone always says that thing about the fish in the sea. Casting a line in it is as easy as checking a few boxes and clicking “search.” Bait the hook with a nice-lookin’ snapshot, and you’re good to go.

Two people looking for the same thing at the same place? I’m not trying to convert anyone to the church of or OKCupid here.

There will be no baptisms or e Harmony christenings.

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And I don’t see why someone should be embarrassed by it.

Granted, I don’t run around the streets screaming, “I DATE ONLINE AND LOVELOVELOVE IT!

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,” because sometimes, like dating in real life, online dating sucks the proverbial big one.