I mean really aren't these called hobbies? I could easily join a club for reading, fishing, hiking, etc. What does this have to do with love?
I am confused. I cannot imagine going to a restaurant and he is with his book and I with mine, so we eat and read. Smile.
A pet peeve.
Yes, I do have a pet peeve or two.
- When no photo is posted.
- Contradictions between what is claimed in the faith questions and what is posted in the profile or elsewhere on the page (e.g. states Divorced but then says Yes to the question Free to marry -- if not annulled, then one is not free to marry in the Church).
- Ongoing messages that say absolutely nothing because they appear to be afraid to 'reveal' anything about the sender so they are just repetitive and impersonal. It's like a game of 'you tell me first'.
But I do like the forums - I think here people are more like themselves. I see opinions posted and conversations happening. It's a social community - and that is nice. I might stay a member just for the forums over time - we will see. I doubt I will have much success with the matchmaking part but it's always nice to make friends.
Yet another, how about the explicit demand and critiqued requirements for good and A+ grammar and writing skills. I do not have a degree in English nor in composition. I mean I do understand the need for basic grammar and such, but many want beyond. They want a English Professor. I am not a professional writer. Why be so degrading?
It's just too much..........