Let’s pretend that there’s a girl. She’s a nice girl with a lot of friends, and at least moderately interesting. She has hobbies. She has a creative mind. Some might even find her appealing – although a man might have once told her that if a mirror placed beneath a woman’s nose fogs, she is worth chasing… so I suppose that “attraction” is open to interpretation. She is independent, a la Kelly Clarkson and Destiny’s Child – a rent check in one hand and a glass of Pinot in the other.
She has been making her life spin on her own for a good long while now. And while she might like to meet a good man someday, in theory, she would rather be alone than wish that she was.
However, hypothetically speaking, let’s just say that out of curiosity, she decided to try online dating.
And hypothetically, she was matched with this man.*
And while she is sure that he is a very nice person, in this make believe scenario, thus ended the completely theoretical experiment.
*Also, hypothetically, of course, if said girl happened to have an imaginary friend named the Handy Graham, this would, in theory, be his favorite story.