I'm not fanatically religious - but I am a practicing Catholic. However, every contact wants me to call him by the 2nd message - and doesn't appear to have even read my profile.Also, I seem to only find men who mark off their religion as "other." What does that mean? Some of these men might just prefer to hear a voice, but they should be equally willing to get to know you a bit by exchanging messages/chatting online before arranging to meet.I don't see a point in emailing a person back and forth for weeks.What I usually do is, I exchange a few emails with the girl then, ask for their phone number.Yes, I met my husband that way and yes, we've been married over 10 years. Once, even a parking lot because the guy had met so many women who claimed to have only a few extra pounds, when in reality they lied big time both about their weight and their age. Once he saw me, we did have coffee (or some beverage).. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
Also, I seem to only find men who mark off their religion as "other." What does that mean? I recently tried on-line dating in hopes of genuinely meeting someone.You want to see what common interests you share, and then after you feel comfortable that this is someone you may want to learn more about - then you share your phone number.It usually takes 1-2 phone calls for me to find out if I am interested in meeting that person in real life.I'm not fanatically religious - but I am a practicing Catholic. A quick google search turned up several dating sites/services specifically for Catholics. Probably stating the obvious/you are already aware of this but it's highly advisable to meet/have a date in a public place when you first meet someone.When I was doing online dating, I preferred to do the phone/meeting thing as soon as possible.On my last job--and the one I'm trying for now--I worked 12 hour shifts on my feet with two 15 minute breaks, time permitting, and a mandatory half hour for lunch. I'm not going to spend any of it texting or talking on the phone.