Now my dream of finding love can be crushed more efficiently and in the privacy of my own home.” While online dating is convenient, you’re also more likely to face rejection on a daily basis compared to what you might experience in offline dating. shares some of its favorite online dating quotes, and we found this one to be especially amusing.Studies do show that 53% of people lie on their dating profile — men tend to do so about their careers, while women tend to do so about their age.You’d input your name, age, location and start searching for a match.Today, some dating websites require a lot more information.
These are sure to make you chuckle as well as reset your batteries so you can get back out there with some optimism.Tinder came onto the online dating scene in 2012, and it was the first app to allow singles to quickly say yes or no to a match (swipe right for yes and left for no).This is one of the reasons why it’s become known as more of a destination for hookups instead of relationships.For example, e Harmony has 155 questions you can answer — ranging from words you would use to describe yourself to the top three things you’re thankful for.It can be too much for some people, including Debra Di Giovanni, a comedian who put it this way, “When you’re filling out an online dating profile, even the one question you think you know the answer to — the sexual orientation — do you remember when that was easy? Now there’s like 17 different options — like one where you can just be gay on Tuesdays if you want.” Sarah Darer Littman retold her aunt’s online dating experience in her book “Want to Go Private?It’s like impersonating a person — this is what I do instead of engaging with other people.” She’s got a point.Is dating someone who also likes watching “Game of Thrones” and listening to Phish a real dealbreaker? This next quote comes from Pinterest user Tammera 21’s page: “I can’t believe how convenient online dating is.Mom’s always nagging her to go back on Match, but Aunt Penny says she’d rather have root canal work — without anesthetic.” Not only is Aziz Ansari one of the funniest comedians and best actors of our generation, but he’s also one of the most insightful.In his best-seller “Modern Romance: An Investigation,” Aziz, along with American Sociologist and New York University Professor Eric Klinenberg, examine romance in the 21st century.Peter the Persian, another comedian on this list, addressed one of the biggest fears people have with online dating — that someone won’t look like they say they do or be who they say they are. She had so much talent in taking these photographs to make her look very different to what she actually looked like,” he told the Telegraph.That same study we referenced early that found over half of all singles lie on their dating profiles also found that one in four women post old photos of themselves.