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I didn’t mind taking the initiative to message guys I was interested in, asking about their hobbies or profiles. When guys messaged me, I’d only respond to those who asked about my interests – travelling, reading and cooking.
I usually ignored the ones who started with ‘Hi, you’re really pretty. ’ because they sounded generic and began with too little effort!
I wanted someone with a global mindset, preferably an American-born Chinese (ABC) who should not be more than five years older.
He had to have a decent education, with at least a diploma.
Otherwise, let’s not waste time.’ The one who got away Surprisingly, a guy who responded really stood out.I’m pretty confident, so I was comfortable with posting a selfie and personal profile explaining who I was and what I was looking for.I can be picky, and having studied abroad, I saw myself as independent and well-travelled.), and when I asked what books he read, he looked at me blankly before blurting out: ‘Huh, you mean storybooks ah? Feeling defeated By the time I was 39, I was still single, never attached, and quite frankly, a little desperate.
I’d been on more than 90 dates online and offline, with only five to seven men being real potentials.After connecting on the site, we’d usually continue chatting on other platforms such as ICQ (an instant- messaging service) before arranging to meet up – I met about 80 per cent of those I talked to.