Dating nothing in common
I assume the mindset is “I’d love it if a woman told me she wanted to spend some time between my legs.” Most of us females don’t find that a turn-on from a complete stranger.
(Or even not complete strangers.) I’m going to encourage you NOT to send that type of message to someone on the internet. I could have ignored it, but then the blog wouldn’t be as entertaining.
I mean, there’s a lot more to leisure time than hikes and movies.
Or, in the case of Iris*, a Northwestern University senior, he could simply be conveniently located.Shared interests give you an excuse to hang out, basically, and they give you something to talk about when you’re not sure what to talk about because you don’t know each other very well yet.But in my experience, not sharing a particular interest hasn’t usually been a big downside in a relationship.All it does is give you something to talk about once in a while.” Many of my friends and I spend a lot of time talking about dating and relationships. One of them is about just what Rahul is talking about here, the idea of the importance of having interests in common. The online dating sites are set up to highlight common interests, and when people talk about their ideal dates, they often bring up interests they would like to share. I think common interests aren’t actually all that important.I’m not saying it’s great if you have absolutely nothing in common.