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I agree that dating seriously requires meeting potential partners on the internet; but these experiences do not have to be miserable. Most dates do not even result in a second date, let alone a long-term relationship.Applicants sending off resumes in response to a job opening receive a positive response only about two to three percent of the time; and dating strangers with the view of getting married probably has no better success. There’s something comforting in the fact that on the 2nd Saturday of the month when the moon’s in Aquarius with a Venus rising that there’s some event or another going on. Some of the best inventions have come from the logical thought process that is a German brain. ;-) One non-German friend said, “the Germans started two World Wars, they’re not exactly the kissy-huggy type”; this in response to a lady asking why her new German boyfriend wasn’t romantically demonstrative in public. Silly, nonsense humor isn’t going to do it for us — give us irony or vulgarity and we’re laughing til beer shoots out our nose (which isn’t funny, BTW). They’re in deep thought as how to make something work better, faster, more efficient if you will. One friend (me) will stare at you for a good 5 minutes before answering a question because he’s thinking how to answer. As cold as the world sees us, we’ve got a funny streak.
On the other hand, there are others who do want to settle down with someone someday but who regard dating as an inherently miserable experience they have to put up with because that is the only way it is possible to meet someone.
Her view of men, although at one extreme, is not very different from the way other women—and men,—regard the people they have met dating.
The dissatisfied men are likely to describe the women as “manipulative” and inclined right off the bat to reject them.
Invariably you will have the experience of no one being interested in you, seemingly; and it is a good idea to have someone else in sight as a possibility. Be open to different people and different kinds of experiences.
I found the Schnitzel Republic Blog on the personality traits of the typical German quite by accident. In typical German fashion, I was obsessed (I mean, motivated) to find out if these were really true. Wow, when a German’s got his mind to something — then nothing will detract him (or her) from their mission. I’d gander that would be hilarious — unless you’re German, of course!