This becomes even scarier when she's wearing sunglasses in ALL of her photos! However, when her only shot is an alcohol induced group-selfie (would that be a "groupie"? Is this some kind of challenge, Sherlock Holmes style, where we are supposed to examine different group shots and by process of elimination try and figure this out? With different hairstyles and hair colors, different years (decades), different lighting and camera angles, it seems like a lot of work. As an unfulfilled administrative assistant, I tend to go for “artistic” guys onto whom I can project my failed career aspirations.This “type” is also my escape from young-adulthood malaise.Sunglasses We all have sunglasses; they serve an important function and can look quite stylish. And the more unconventional the solitary photo, the more head scratching will occur. Grainy Photos Digital devices these days have such amazing resolution and are so foolproof that even the most inexperienced photographer can produce a nice clear pic, right? if you take a new photo of an old photo, like one born from a negative (think dark room) then it might well turn out grainy. We want to have some sense of the female figure we're considering dating. Throw a barbecue or party in which guests bring a friend that no one in the group knows.However, when the photo of your perspective date has half of her face covered by a giant pair of shades, red flags begin to appear. It's probably true that one good photo of pretty much everyone exists -- could this be that ONE? It also would be from another time and place and likely bear little resemblance to the current submitter of said photo. "A few extra pounds" means vastly different things to different people! All I can tell you is that we're hard-wired that way and it makes us want to swipe left ... Bizarre Random What ever happened to, "put your best foot foremost"? Alternatively, tag along with a friend the next time their office has a company picnic or function -- this is a great way to meet somebody who you know is responsible enough to hold down a career and who you can 'check out' with an acquainted friend before you agree to a date.
Source: Evan Marc Katz, creator of Findingtheoneonline.com, a package to help people navigate the online dating world.
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