Dating site for friends only

I recently fell out with my best friend from high school, and my best friend from college lives two hours away and is about to have a baby with her husband. My awesome teenage sisters are both going to be away at college next year. I need to find someone who will go thrift shopping with me, dammit, so I decided to get a little creative.

I completely bypassed those years of anxiety and stress that most women go through when it comes to dating, not counting my painfully awkward high school years. So it was with both trepidation and excitement that I signed up for a platonic dating site: I heard about it in the comment section of this article and signed up that day.

I know this because I realized I was having way too much fun filling out my online profile. I also listed all the activities I do baking, shopping, drinking and the activities I totally plan on doing one day tennis, yoga, running. Those are the shortened list versions. My profile is embarrassingly comprehensive. I think I had some weird fantasy in my head that I was going to magically be matched up with someone on the site who shared all of these interests, who would encourage my shopping and drinking habits and force me to take up Pilates with her, who would be pretty but not threateningly so.

And she would totally live right by me in the middle of nowhere! That brings me to the number one downside of the site for me besides my wildly unrealistic expectations. One of the hardest hurdles for me in trying to make friends after college is that I live far out in the country, about 20 minutes outside of the nearest very small town. I found one person on the site who lives in a nearby town; everyone else was at least 40 minutes away.

Of course, if you live in a highly populated area, this might be worth trying out. In New York, for example, there were more than 1, women of various ages looking for friends on Girlfriend Social. Unfortunately, I never seem to meet people in person. Two of my post-college workplaces are dominated by older, married women, and the friendly something tutors that I work with at another job mostly live at least an hour away from me. And like I said, the problem with living in the middle of nowhere is that there are no opportunities for platonic meet cutes.

This brings up another thorny question, though: How do you back out without hurting her feelings? Yeah, that definitely feels like something I would say to create an awkward silence with a potential new friend. What should my next plan of action be? If enough people yell at me to pursue the friendship site, I might try harder to meet up with someone from there and write about it. I also have my eye on a pretty redheaded girl in a totally non-creepy way!


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Total 2 comments.
#1 23.08.2018 –≤ 16:09 Badmanelite:
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#2 28.08.2018 –≤ 03:28 Stevie-Night:
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