Now that I think about it, I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I first signed up for online dating.
After we hung out a few times, he came over to my place with a bottle of wine and a movie.He told her he had already handed over his entire life savings (£15,000), and that he “wasn’t a millionaire”.After the breakdown of the relationship, David was absolutely distraught and felt very alone.I was at the point in my life where I was truly my own best friend. Is it crazy to say that I was so captivated by the opening line of someone's dating profile that I actually had the tiniest inkling my life was about to change?I felt whole on my own, but I knew that I was ready to share my life with someone -- if I met the right someone. It is crazy, but what's even crazier is that (unbeknownst to me) that profile was created less than two hours before I came across it. Let me rewind about six months to a night where I found myself bored and curious and.. Like I said, I was pretty naïve about the whole online dating thing, and for some reason was under the false impression that offered free trials. ) I filled out my profile and uploaded some pictures "just to see what's out there," but when it took me to the payment page, I closed the browser and never logged back on.