Pof users who want to meet you watch online
I had no clue that these two messages were in any way related to the "Meet Me" procedure I had recently gone through.
Aside from those two things, she would have been a contender.
Along with my profuse apology for wasting her time, I sent her my mobile number so we would both be in the same position--given how I feel she mistakenly over-exposed herself.
I added some lines to my profile warning people that might visit based on POF emails claiming that I "wanted to meet" them, explaining that if we didn't seem likely match candidates--like they explicitly mentioned wanting a man who "loves the Lord," and I didn't fit that bill, at all--this was probably why.
But in terms of successful matches, or even dating--I cannot really say whether one site is better than another as I have gone on zero dates thus far.
Interesting times, in any case.
By the way, I answered "Socially" to the drug question because I consider certain drugs to be sacraments--and it's very likely that I'm going to run into cannabis at some point in the future, at the very least, even though I haven't gotten high since January of as of the time I write this--early November the same year.
This isn't strictly false in that, based on appearance alone, I did indeed say "Yes" to the question of meeting them.
Never mind them for now.
I felt really bad--because she was really lovely.
But if you scroll down a little you can see the person's POF username, where they claim to live, and a link to their profile.
The second thing, Meet Me, demonstrates how slipshot POF is, and how willing they are to mislead people.