That leaves a) less mystery and surprise when singles meet face to face.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as profiles can help quickly weed out the obviously inappropriate or incompatible partners (who hasn’t wished for such a skip button on those disastrous real-life blind dates?
They’re happily married, just moved into a new house, and are now talking about starting a family.
The person you see on paper doesn’t translate neatly to a real, live human being, and there’s no predicting or accounting for the chemistry you might feel with a person whose online profile was the opposite of what you thought you wanted.
Offline, that kind of attraction would spark organically.
She thought he was full of himself and rude during their first encounter.
It definitely wasn’t love at first sight, she said — that took a while.