If you think joining the online dating world is a depressing and hopeless move, then you need to come out of the '90s. You can make online dating less depressing if only you change your mindset on the whole ordeal. This isn't Meg Ryan in You've Got Mail waiting with a carnation at a coffee shop while looking expectantly around the room. This is you bored on the bus or nibbling on chips at home, swiping right or left and chatting with a couple of interesting people in your city. With technology being such a prevelant and important part of our lives, it's no wonder our love lives found a way to utilize its handiness. Sure it's romantic to meet someone over the bean dip at a party, but it's just as great to strike up a fun conversation via messages and meet up for a fantastic night out after.
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You went on waiting and waiting for your Prince, and you still had a long wait ahead of you, because he didn't know you were waiting, poor thing. Now you're on the net, and everyone knows it. It can't fail to work. All you have to do is look. She's right.