Online Dating Vs. Internet

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Jessica Gardner
Professor Minnis
English 1D
March 9, 2015
Online Dating Online dating is one of the most over-hyped and probably one of the worst places to find someone to have a romantic relationship with. But, with social networking becoming all the rage, online dating has become a huge phenomenon that has caught trend nationwide. In todays society it is considered the norm for human connections to be initiated by internet connections. We live in a century of emails, text messages, and Facebook friending that has become established as a real relationship bond. While connecting with friends, family, coworkers, etc. can be easily completed by the use of the internet, while it is convenient and sometimes the best way, establishing a romantic connection with someone through the internet seems a bit interpersonal and dangerous. Judging by the massive amounts of dating apps and websites available, we are desperate to find “the one”, and fast. Dating online takes the intimacy out of getting to know someone and its just not natural. Many people get lost in the idea that on this dating app could be their special one that they will spend the rest of their life with but they forget that at the same time it presents a grave danger to women and men alike. Through a profile you can only learn what that person wants you to know and we have no choice to believe what they are saying is true. Like the MTV show Catfish, this is not always the case. People use fake profiles all the time,

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