without this site I never would have met my fantastic love of my life and complete soul mate TJ JR..
You’re posting on craigslist looking for a man (or two). If you can’t spell or use proper grammar, you’re more likely to fuck ignorant men. CAPITAL LETTERS ARE THE ONLINE EQUIVALENT OF SHOUTING. WE DON'T EVEN KNOW EACH OTHER YET SO WHY SCREAM AT A STRANGER. Good men come in all shapes and sizes therefore not all good men are 5'10" or taller. Any hope you have of proving you’re greater than the sum of your parts is lost when a man discovers you began by lying. A shallowness can seep into one’s online life because the anonymity of one’s online persona allows for behavior one would admit was rude and somewhat callous face-to-face.
Or maybe some men like taking advantage of dumb chicks. One of online dating’s shortcomings is the ease with which connections are made and broken.
Not only the main people, our members keep this site going too!
Full disclosure: I met my lovely wife on craigslist. My advice is free but from a man’s perspective these are the kinds of things that will probably improve your odds and increase your chances. While we’re on the subject, run your CL post through a spell checker please. I’m not height challenged but I still think the taller-than-me-or-else requirement is incredibly shallow. Are you so insecure you need a Tall Man to protect you? I guess the "be this tall" requirement helps one weed out the bozos. I’m always shocked when I hear women talk about the flood of responses they get. As one who found his true love on CL many years ago (via her CE ad late one Sat night), I’d like to share a few things that might improve your search results. In fact, the man of your dreams may turn out to be shorter than you. You’re free to avoid those who demand Barbie dolls just as others are free to demand the truth. You admit you’re large but you want your dream date be fit, trim, toned, athletic, ripped, etc. The normal social checks and balances are missing when you aren’t standing in front of someone. The balance of power still rests with women, both online and off.