We wonder if other matches make that weird noise when they sleep.Or would that match you passed up because he was two years younger than you might have made a better mate in the long run.
“Twenty years from now, the idea that someone looking for love won’t look for it online will be silly, akin to skipping the card catalog to instead wander the stacks because the right books are found only by accident.” — Rufus Griscom Wired Magazine, 2002 Ask any Baby Boomer about dating and you’ll likely hear stories of yesteryear’s lengthy courtships: Handwritten love notes lightly dusted in perfume, delivered through friends, then saved for a lifetime; stress-inducing phone calls to arrange plans for Friday night; the fear and courage that went into romance and rejection just a few decades ago. Ever see a child choosing flavors at Baskin Robbins?
But when available options increase and the fear of missing out (FOMO) takes over, we suddenly become paralyzed by the virtues of Rum Raisin or the often neglected Rainbow Sherbert.
A study in 1995 conducted at a California grocery store attempted to quantify our choice of vaginas.
Or maybe he eats his peas one at a time, and you just can’t imagine spending your life with someone who does that!
This constant nitpicking leads to a disquieted discontentment wondering what might have been. Your mind polishes the possibilities of those new options and you hold that against the reality of your choice. We have yet to fully grasp the effects that rapidly advancing technology has on humanity.
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