I call it a vibration of a person, and for some people it isn't apparent until they meet in person, for others it is so off beat it can be detected on the phone.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. id=d34550d3-b256-4b8d-9422-698384e07be3CANBERRA - Matches made over the Internet often do not last because people end up choosing unsuitable partners and forming emotional bonds before meeting face-to-face, an Australian university researcher has found. Wrong, as they tend to be attracted by witty comments or clever emails, said psychologist Matthew Bambling from the Queensland University of Technology."You can never assume things are the way they seem online," Bambling told Reuters on Thursday."Just because they can write a clever comment or a witty email, doesn't mean they will be Mr.Bambling said people can avoid many of the problems by meeting early in the virtual relationship, rather than by getting to know each other only by email. Internet dating is just another means of meeting people.He suggests couples arrange to meet over coffee after a few emails, which will help people from building up a fantasy image of their match."The main thing to remember is to make real life contact as soon as possible if you are to interested in someone, because then you will know if a relationship is a possibility," he said. Too bad so many people arn't interested in educating themselves. I have a date, and told him that meeting is kind of like taking a step back, because if you meet a person in "real life" first, you have an idea whether there is any chemistry.They're going to present themselves as a good catch."He said it was easy for people to quickly invest too much emotionally in an online relationship because they don't see the full picture of the person they are emailing.He said some people can also become addicted to the rush of replies they receive on dating websites, which can lead to future disappointment. I guess I do get it that some people BLINDLY go in thinking they are ordering the perfect person just by the few pics, and words on the screen.