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AT&T has found a clever way to showcase its network speed by beating fibbers to the punch in this recent speed dating commercial. A woman slyly catches a potential match lying his way through their speed date by challenging his perfect dating lines with his actual imperfect online profile. What does this say about her method of dating?
From a male friend’s perspective, he immediately slapped the “crazy” sticker on her forehead. Now I’m pretty adverse to the constant defaulting of the crazy label that women tend to get, but I’m always willing to examine how warranted this accusation may be. Is her behavior excessive? Is she obsessing over the details of each and every person seated in front of her? Or has she managed to beeline her potential wooers to their rightful place?
I mean, she’s totally outing a jerk who thinks he’s got this in the bag! She is not crazy – she has honed her deception radar in a very tricky dating world that has probably been tough on her. I wouldn’t be surprised if some men and women in real life saw this ad and thought “Ditto.”, as both sexes can encounter falsehood when looking for the right person.
But singles could also be bypassing the tried and true process of “live and learn”. Should this method of instant gratification be acceptable for a romantic quest that usually takes time and experience to refine your search and truly realize your type? Technology certainly is a game changer nowadays in the dating scene, but how much should it affect an organic and intimate process?
Would you say this woman’s dating technique is excessive or brilliant? Do you think immediate answers could help you or stunt your courting character?