Only lunch dating prices

16-Nov-2019 15:39

There won't be a third date as I will be sacrificing my precious dollars to never have to talk to them again.First date I showed up at the restaurant and said I had a reservation for me and John Doe, per my instructions. Awkward, weird and I'm paying to eliminate the awkwardness so this was a bummer.And the two men I met were nice people, not a match, but fine as far as I would expect for my first two matches.But, I'm putting myself out there, being vulnerable, meeting strangers which I told them.She owns a bicycle and hoped to start cycling soon as part of her physical rehabilitation, once her orthopedist clears her for some activity. The ones that are positive sound to me as if they were written by IJL. Just so you know, they offered a free 3 month extension to anyone who voted for them. I filled out a "request more info" option from their web-site and received a call the very next day.She is a nice gal with much to offer the right person. The following Monday, I asked the scheduler what IJL could possibly have been thinking . I think that they were just working to get this gal her contractually obligated number of dates. I'm thinking "nice," I appreciate the prompt response.I made it clear from the outset that someone that wasn’t healthy, fit and passionate about their activities wouldn’t be a match for me.The scheduler always described upcoming matches with great enthusiasm.

II respectively asked that when I come in I am not pressured to commit at that time.Second date was with someone who was fasting for religious reasons. Again, awkward and exactly what I'm paying to avoid.He asked me if IJL told me that when scheduling the date. And again, they were not apologetic and didn't care to understand how that feels to be that person on a first, blind date.In the ten months that I participated, they came up with 19 “matches.” I asked only one of these gals on a second date and three of these “matches” qualified as the three worst dates of my life.I am a middle aged professional guy who lives a very physically active lifestyle and is extremely fit.

II respectively asked that when I come in I am not pressured to commit at that time.

Second date was with someone who was fasting for religious reasons. Again, awkward and exactly what I'm paying to avoid.

He asked me if IJL told me that when scheduling the date. And again, they were not apologetic and didn't care to understand how that feels to be that person on a first, blind date.

In the ten months that I participated, they came up with 19 “matches.” I asked only one of these gals on a second date and three of these “matches” qualified as the three worst dates of my life.

I am a middle aged professional guy who lives a very physically active lifestyle and is extremely fit.

When I signed up for IJL in Seattle I trusted my interviewers to be able to find me dates with men who were sophisticated, stable and interesting. Two of them were dressed poorly, one was in a very bad mood and two said that the staff had begged them to have a date with me and told me they were neither interested nor had time to date anyone.