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Good quality people tend to also have good quality friends, so maybe they would have friends who are single. I found my other half on eharmony. There's a huge hook up culture in Saskatoon and it sucks. I'm 32 have a 10 year old didn't want more kids and didn't want to deal with baby mama drama. It took awhile to find someone. PoF is full of sleaze, I didn't try tinder mostly because it seemed very superficial. The apps are a nice way to weed people out who aren't looking to be with someone right away, but real world meetups might be a better idea. I always say join some clubs and pursue your hobbies. You might end up running into nice people there that you can get to know and decide whether you like them or not. You also benefit from having something in common right off the bat. I have had a "list" in the past of things I wanted in a partner, but then getting to know someone made me realize there were a bunch of things that were not on my list that I also appreciated and came to desire. Ah I remember the dating scene, women are looking for a commitment and men are looking for hookups, and a great number of men and women lie and pretend they are looking for what the opposite is wanting in hopes that it will somehow get their needs met. Whatever happened with just going to meet and get to know each other a little before placing expectations on each other? And online isn't the place to do it especially if you are already saying you want a commitment or NSA. Ok rant over, but there is some advice in there for the OP or anyone that wants to consider it: Happy story here for you guys who want some hope I guess. I met my gf on plenty of fish over 4 years ago, we are now living together and couldn't be happier. I know it's pretty hard to find someone who doesn't want to fuck around or ghost you, but you can find someone if you try hard enough. Being able to find someone who you can click with. I am not necessarily looking for someone who is established, I am willing to work and build with a partner but on the personality front we need to click and I am just struggling with finding that. I have to say these responses are pretty much on trend with what my friends and I have experienced. I guess it's nice to know others are experiencing these issues too: I have considered going to a speed dating event just to meet people in person as the online thing is a minefield but as I've never done it I can't say if it's a better option. I actually saw this 30 min ago and was actually thinking of going, but might show up for the next, I think I remember reading they had another one coming up. Yeah I had signed up for the 28 plus one for tommorrow but apparently there weren't many guys. The next one is 21 plus. Like 21 to I think the age difference is to much. As a 32 year old, I think 23 or 24 is kind of ok, I guess it's on a case by case basis. That's why I'm on the fence on it. I don't want to go and it just be people that are 21 or 22 on the plus side it's only 20 bucks. A lot of times they are advertised on kijiji. Please only go to the ones advertised at public venues, don't ever go to a private event at anyone's home if you don't know them. Sorry if i offend you by being overly cautious but hey, you never know with some people. I hope if you try it out that it's a great experience for ya: It actually isnt for me but thanks for the concern. I seem to have three or four amazing friends who all have well paying jobs, are so fun to hang out with but have totally given up on internet dating. I thought this might be a different avenue. I see the problem expands not only in a religious community! I'm Catholic, 32, i have a stable job, might not be the best but I enjoy it. And trying to date in the catholic community has been a huge pain, there are lots of quality woman in the community, but they are just to scared to go out with a guy. I've used tinder and others and had no luck, I'm not that best looking guy, but I'm not ugly, problem with online dating is the first impression you get it's from a pic, no matter how good the profile is, people will judge you by the pic. For me the problem has been meeting new people outside of work or church. So it's not like I don't do stuff. There must be some Catholic mixers or speed dating type church events in this city, no? If Catholics love anything it's the prospect of more Catholics hooking up and making baptisable babies. There isn't anything of that sort going on, they leave all to faith. I think part of the issue is the community is to small so it's kind of weird. I'm also a Catholic: I've dated across the board from religious to non religious and it's tough for everyone. I'm in the same boat as you, but male. Have met some cool people and some not cool people but almost all of them have wanted casual or no commitment type of things. I have met lots that are looking for a new father for their kids, or sugar daddy. Typically the first two questions from them are What kind of Car do you drive and what do you do for work. I've also met people that were the exact opposite of that though but for one reason or another decided that we would be better off as friends and have continued to talk, so i guess its not all bad. I ask guys what they do for work and it's only because I'm trying to get him to start some kind of conversation. I ask other questions too like what he does for fun etc. But some, maybe even most, of the guys I've talked to online seem to give one word answers and don't engage in any type of back and forth exchange. I really don't care what a guy does for a living because I am perfectly capable of taking care of myself. I want a guy around because I want a partner, not because I need someone to look after me and buy me shiny, pretty things. The next time a woman on tinder asks you what you do for a living, don't write her off as a gold digger right away. She might just be trying to start a conversation. I am not online. But this is a hard question to answer because I can't talk about what I do at work. I am assuming most guy's aren't in my boat. But I really don't like this topic of conversation. I can give my one line canned answer and that is it: But most men aren't spies and could talk about their work if they knew how to carry on a conversation. I don't write them off, Just makes me be more aware of the kind of questions they are asking. I'm not the type of person who replies with single word answers or close ended questions so generally it should be fairly easy to keep a conversation going as long as someone is willing to actually talk. It's pretty rare for me to write someone off based on a single thing they do or ask. So if asking a guy about his work is the kind of question that potentially sets off red flags, what are some better initial questions to be asking? I prefer questions that allow someone to get to know a persons personality first and foremost. Even more open ended questions like "What is something you have always wanted to do but never had the opportunity? Even more ridiculous questions like "if you could have a super power what would it be and how would you use it? I find these kinds of questions really show who can hold a conversation and who can't, if someone is willing to put in the effort to get to know someone and share bits about themselves and the answers allow a person to share only what they would be comfortable sharing. It can showcase the persons personality and even though you aren't learning the basics of a person like what do they do, where do they live whats their favorite food, you are learning about more of what makes them tick and what type of person they are. But who know's i'm still single so maybe i'm way off base with the types of questions i like and ask hahahah. Honestly wondering, is it ok for a woman to ask "what do you do for work? It seems like a basic introductory question to ask anybody as far as I'm concerned. Seems fair. If their answer is "I don't work" or "I'm between jobs" then that might be saying something about them. Not that people can't be between jobs It's okay, just don't insult the woman's job to try and be cute, or, if she goes to school, don't insult her choice of degree. I had a lot of guys pull that neg on me: I have no problem with talking about my work, In-fact i love talking about my job as i love it. But if its the first question or second question i get asked it sets off red flags in my head, for myself anyway. It wouldn't make me want to stop talking to the person but it certainly makes me watch for other red flags for someone who would be just looking to "use" someone for money, etc. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. All rights reserved. Want to join? Log in or sign up in seconds. Submit a new link. Submit a new text post. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. Please no buy and sell ads or you may be banned. 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The next one is that you are less likely to meet deadbeats at these sorts of things. This gets you your quality people. Finally, it's a good way to meet some new people and make friends. Good quality people tend to also have good quality friends, so maybe they would have friends who are single. I found my other half on eharmony. There's a huge hook up culture in Saskatoon and it sucks. I'm 32 have a 10 year old didn't want more kids and didn't want to deal with baby mama drama. It took awhile to find someone. PoF is full of sleaze, I didn't try tinder mostly because it seemed very superficial. The apps are a nice way to weed people out who aren't looking to be with someone right away, but real world meetups might be a better idea. I always say join some clubs and pursue your hobbies. You might end up running into nice people there that you can get to know and decide whether you like them or not. You also benefit from having something in common right off the bat. I have had a "list" in the past of things I wanted in a partner, but then getting to know someone made me realize there were a bunch of things that were not on my list that I also appreciated and came to desire. Ah I remember the dating scene, women are looking for a commitment and men are looking for hookups, and a great number of men and women lie and pretend they are looking for what the opposite is wanting in hopes that it will somehow get their needs met. Whatever happened with just going to meet and get to know each other a little before placing expectations on each other? And online isn't the place to do it especially if you are already saying you want a commitment or NSA. Ok rant over, but there is some advice in there for the OP or anyone that wants to consider it: Happy story here for you guys who want some hope I guess. I met my gf on plenty of fish over 4 years ago, we are now living together and couldn't be happier. I know it's pretty hard to find someone who doesn't want to fuck around or ghost you, but you can find someone if you try hard enough. Being able to find someone who you can click with. I am not necessarily looking for someone who is established, I am willing to work and build with a partner but on the personality front we need to click and I am just struggling with finding that. I have to say these responses are pretty much on trend with what my friends and I have experienced. I guess it's nice to know others are experiencing these issues too: I have considered going to a speed dating event just to meet people in person as the online thing is a minefield but as I've never done it I can't say if it's a better option. I actually saw this 30 min ago and was actually thinking of going, but might show up for the next, I think I remember reading they had another one coming up. Yeah I had signed up for the 28 plus one for tommorrow but apparently there weren't many guys. The next one is 21 plus. Like 21 to I think the age difference is to much. As a 32 year old, I think 23 or 24 is kind of ok, I guess it's on a case by case basis. That's why I'm on the fence on it. I don't want to go and it just be people that are 21 or 22 on the plus side it's only 20 bucks. A lot of times they are advertised on kijiji. Please only go to the ones advertised at public venues, don't ever go to a private event at anyone's home if you don't know them. Sorry if i offend you by being overly cautious but hey, you never know with some people. I hope if you try it out that it's a great experience for ya: It actually isnt for me but thanks for the concern. I seem to have three or four amazing friends who all have well paying jobs, are so fun to hang out with but have totally given up on internet dating. I thought this might be a different avenue. I see the problem expands not only in a religious community! I'm Catholic, 32, i have a stable job, might not be the best but I enjoy it. And trying to date in the catholic community has been a huge pain, there are lots of quality woman in the community, but they are just to scared to go out with a guy. I've used tinder and others and had no luck, I'm not that best looking guy, but I'm not ugly, problem with online dating is the first impression you get it's from a pic, no matter how good the profile is, people will judge you by the pic. For me the problem has been meeting new people outside of work or church. So it's not like I don't do stuff. There must be some Catholic mixers or speed dating type church events in this city, no? If Catholics love anything it's the prospect of more Catholics hooking up and making baptisable babies. There isn't anything of that sort going on, they leave all to faith. I think part of the issue is the community is to small so it's kind of weird. I'm also a Catholic: I've dated across the board from religious to non religious and it's tough for everyone. I'm in the same boat as you, but male. Have met some cool people and some not cool people but almost all of them have wanted casual or no commitment type of things. I have met lots that are looking for a new father for their kids, or sugar daddy. Typically the first two questions from them are What kind of Car do you drive and what do you do for work. I've also met people that were the exact opposite of that though but for one reason or another decided that we would be better off as friends and have continued to talk, so i guess its not all bad. I ask guys what they do for work and it's only because I'm trying to get him to start some kind of conversation. I ask other questions too like what he does for fun etc. But some, maybe even most, of the guys I've talked to online seem to give one word answers and don't engage in any type of back and forth exchange. I really don't care what a guy does for a living because I am perfectly capable of taking care of myself. I want a guy around because I want a partner, not because I need someone to look after me and buy me shiny, pretty things. The next time a woman on tinder asks you what you do for a living, don't write her off as a gold digger right away. She might just be trying to start a conversation. I am not online. But this is a hard question to answer because I can't talk about what I do at work. I am assuming most guy's aren't in my boat. But I really don't like this topic of conversation. I can give my one line canned answer and that is it: But most men aren't spies and could talk about their work if they knew how to carry on a conversation. I don't write them off, Just makes me be more aware of the kind of questions they are asking. I'm not the type of person who replies with single word answers or close ended questions so generally it should be fairly easy to keep a conversation going as long as someone is willing to actually talk. It's pretty rare for me to write someone off based on a single thing they do or ask. So if asking a guy about his work is the kind of question that potentially sets off red flags, what are some better initial questions to be asking? I prefer questions that allow someone to get to know a persons personality first and foremost. Even more open ended questions like "What is something you have always wanted to do but never had the opportunity? Even more ridiculous questions like "if you could have a super power what would it be and how would you use it? I find these kinds of questions really show who can hold a conversation and who can't, if someone is willing to put in the effort to get to know someone and share bits about themselves and the answers allow a person to share only what they would be comfortable sharing. It can showcase the persons personality and even though you aren't learning the basics of a person like what do they do, where do they live whats their favorite food, you are learning about more of what makes them tick and what type of person they are. But who know's i'm still single so maybe i'm way off base with the types of questions i like and ask hahahah. Honestly wondering, is it ok for a woman to ask "what do you do for work? It seems like a basic introductory question to ask anybody as far as I'm concerned. Seems fair. If their answer is "I don't work" or "I'm between jobs" then that might be saying something about them. Not that people can't be between jobs It's okay, just don't insult the woman's job to try and be cute, or, if she goes to school, don't insult her choice of degree. I had a lot of guys pull that neg on me: I have no problem with talking about my work, In-fact i love talking about my job as i love it. But if its the first question or second question i get asked it sets off red flags in my head, for myself anyway. It wouldn't make me want to stop talking to the person but it certainly makes me watch for other red flags for someone who would be just looking to "use" someone for money, etc. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. All rights reserved. Want to join? Log in or sign up in seconds. Submit a new link. Submit a new text post. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. Please no buy and sell ads or you may be banned. 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Kellie from Surrey is a weekly winner in Maxim magazine's Hometown Hotties competition. How is bumble better? Isn't it basically tinder except the woman can only talk to you first? So they get to fine comb applicants without being bombarded with messages or is that all just hear say. It doesn't sound like you're a complete recluse because you go to the gym, so that's a good start! I too have found dating challenging. Many of my peers seem to be in the same situation as you and I. While completely anecdotal, it looks as though we each have our own specific set of circumstances that determine both who, and how we may meet potential SOs, and the potential interest between the parties. That is, people have different things going and that can make it tough to find a match that is mutual. Have you thought about how the way in which you organize your life actively shapes your dating sphere? I have put a great deal of thought into why this might be the case for myself. It has helped me clarify who I am and what I'm looking for. It sounds like you've done at least some of that because you stated that friends with benefits is not something that interests you. I wrote more, but it became increasingly clear to me that I actually have no answer. It sounds like you're trying-that's good-keep it up! Dating is challenging. Good luck. It can be difficult no matter where you are. Big cities, small cities I recommend pursuing your interests and meeting new people that way. Whether it be music, a class, etc etc. Also, be honest. I've had many friends be really interested in someone but never vocalize their feelings, and the other party took it as disinterest. Regarding quality, a friend of mine had a lot of shit luck with dating here too. However, I don't think this is much different from other places. Try expanding your profile to Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, etc, and see if you are getting different responses. Then you should make another post and say if there are quality men elsewhere and whether or not saskatoon is the problem. Maybe you'll find someone in the process of the experiment. I'm also going to agree with what others said about trying to pursue meeting someone at something you have an interest in. However, I say that because it's what's worked for me. You like working out, perhaps try joining a coed rec sports team? Slow pitch, soccer, basketball, etc. Join a running or cycling group if you like those. Join a boardgame group maybe. This approach has a few advantages. Obviously it means you have a common interest, which is a good foundation. The next one is that you are less likely to meet deadbeats at these sorts of things. This gets you your quality people. Finally, it's a good way to meet some new people and make friends. Good quality people tend to also have good quality friends, so maybe they would have friends who are single. I found my other half on eharmony. There's a huge hook up culture in Saskatoon and it sucks. I'm 32 have a 10 year old didn't want more kids and didn't want to deal with baby mama drama. It took awhile to find someone. PoF is full of sleaze, I didn't try tinder mostly because it seemed very superficial. The apps are a nice way to weed people out who aren't looking to be with someone right away, but real world meetups might be a better idea. I always say join some clubs and pursue your hobbies. You might end up running into nice people there that you can get to know and decide whether you like them or not. You also benefit from having something in common right off the bat. I have had a "list" in the past of things I wanted in a partner, but then getting to know someone made me realize there were a bunch of things that were not on my list that I also appreciated and came to desire. Ah I remember the dating scene, women are looking for a commitment and men are looking for hookups, and a great number of men and women lie and pretend they are looking for what the opposite is wanting in hopes that it will somehow get their needs met. Whatever happened with just going to meet and get to know each other a little before placing expectations on each other? And online isn't the place to do it especially if you are already saying you want a commitment or NSA. Ok rant over, but there is some advice in there for the OP or anyone that wants to consider it: Happy story here for you guys who want some hope I guess. I met my gf on plenty of fish over 4 years ago, we are now living together and couldn't be happier. I know it's pretty hard to find someone who doesn't want to fuck around or ghost you, but you can find someone if you try hard enough. Being able to find someone who you can click with. I am not necessarily looking for someone who is established, I am willing to work and build with a partner but on the personality front we need to click and I am just struggling with finding that. I have to say these responses are pretty much on trend with what my friends and I have experienced. I guess it's nice to know others are experiencing these issues too: I have considered going to a speed dating event just to meet people in person as the online thing is a minefield but as I've never done it I can't say if it's a better option. I actually saw this 30 min ago and was actually thinking of going, but might show up for the next, I think I remember reading they had another one coming up. Yeah I had signed up for the 28 plus one for tommorrow but apparently there weren't many guys. The next one is 21 plus. Like 21 to I think the age difference is to much. As a 32 year old, I think 23 or 24 is kind of ok, I guess it's on a case by case basis. That's why I'm on the fence on it. I don't want to go and it just be people that are 21 or 22 on the plus side it's only 20 bucks. A lot of times they are advertised on kijiji. Please only go to the ones advertised at public venues, don't ever go to a private event at anyone's home if you don't know them. Sorry if i offend you by being overly cautious but hey, you never know with some people. I hope if you try it out that it's a great experience for ya: It actually isnt for me but thanks for the concern. I seem to have three or four amazing friends who all have well paying jobs, are so fun to hang out with but have totally given up on internet dating. I thought this might be a different avenue. I see the problem expands not only in a religious community! I'm Catholic, 32, i have a stable job, might not be the best but I enjoy it. And trying to date in the catholic community has been a huge pain, there are lots of quality woman in the community, but they are just to scared to go out with a guy. I've used tinder and others and had no luck, I'm not that best looking guy, but I'm not ugly, problem with online dating is the first impression you get it's from a pic, no matter how good the profile is, people will judge you by the pic. For me the problem has been meeting new people outside of work or church. So it's not like I don't do stuff. There must be some Catholic mixers or speed dating type church events in this city, no? If Catholics love anything it's the prospect of more Catholics hooking up and making baptisable babies. There isn't anything of that sort going on, they leave all to faith. I think part of the issue is the community is to small so it's kind of weird. I'm also a Catholic: I've dated across the board from religious to non religious and it's tough for everyone. I'm in the same boat as you, but male. Have met some cool people and some not cool people but almost all of them have wanted casual or no commitment type of things. I have met lots that are looking for a new father for their kids, or sugar daddy. Typically the first two questions from them are What kind of Car do you drive and what do you do for work. I've also met people that were the exact opposite of that though but for one reason or another decided that we would be better off as friends and have continued to talk, so i guess its not all bad. I ask guys what they do for work and it's only because I'm trying to get him to start some kind of conversation. I ask other questions too like what he does for fun etc. But some, maybe even most, of the guys I've talked to online seem to give one word answers and don't engage in any type of back and forth exchange. I really don't care what a guy does for a living because I am perfectly capable of taking care of myself. I want a guy around because I want a partner, not because I need someone to look after me and buy me shiny, pretty things. The next time a woman on tinder asks you what you do for a living, don't write her off as a gold digger right away. She might just be trying to start a conversation. I am not online. But this is a hard question to answer because I can't talk about what I do at work. I am assuming most guy's aren't in my boat. But I really don't like this topic of conversation. I can give my one line canned answer and that is it: But most men aren't spies and could talk about their work if they knew how to carry on a conversation. I don't write them off, Just makes me be more aware of the kind of questions they are asking. I'm not the type of person who replies with single word answers or close ended questions so generally it should be fairly easy to keep a conversation going as long as someone is willing to actually talk. It's pretty rare for me to write someone off based on a single thing they do or ask. So if asking a guy about his work is the kind of question that potentially sets off red flags, what are some better initial questions to be asking? I prefer questions that allow someone to get to know a persons personality first and foremost. Even more open ended questions like "What is something you have always wanted to do but never had the opportunity? Even more ridiculous questions like "if you could have a super power what would it be and how would you use it? I find these kinds of questions really show who can hold a conversation and who can't, if someone is willing to put in the effort to get to know someone and share bits about themselves and the answers allow a person to share only what they would be comfortable sharing. It can showcase the persons personality and even though you aren't learning the basics of a person like what do they do, where do they live whats their favorite food, you are learning about more of what makes them tick and what type of person they are. But who know's i'm still single so maybe i'm way off base with the types of questions i like and ask hahahah. Honestly wondering, is it ok for a woman to ask "what do you do for work? It seems like a basic introductory question to ask anybody as far as I'm concerned. Seems fair. If their answer is "I don't work" or "I'm between jobs" then that might be saying something about them. Not that people can't be between jobs It's okay, just don't insult the woman's job to try and be cute, or, if she goes to school, don't insult her choice of degree. I had a lot of guys pull that neg on me: I have no problem with talking about my work, In-fact i love talking about my job as i love it. But if its the first question or second question i get asked it sets off red flags in my head, for myself anyway. It wouldn't make me want to stop talking to the person but it certainly makes me watch for other red flags for someone who would be just looking to "use" someone for money, etc..

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The next one is that you are less likely to meet deadbeats at these sorts of things. This gets you your quality people. Finally, it's a good way to meet some new people and make friends. Good quality people tend to also have good quality friends, so maybe they would have friends who are single. I found my other half on eharmony. There's a huge hook up culture in Saskatoon and it sucks. I'm 32 have a 10 year old didn't want more kids and didn't want to deal with baby mama drama. It took awhile to find someone. PoF is full of sleaze, I didn't try tinder mostly because it seemed very superficial. The apps are a nice way to weed people out who aren't looking to be with someone right away, but real world meetups might be a better idea. I always say join some clubs and pursue your hobbies. You might end up running into nice people there that you can get to know and decide whether you like them or not. You also benefit from having something in common right off the bat. I have had a "list" in the past of things I wanted in a partner, but then getting to know someone made me realize there were a bunch of things that were not on my list that I also appreciated and came to desire. Ah I remember the dating scene, women are looking for a commitment and men are looking for hookups, and a great number of men and women lie and pretend they are looking for what the opposite is wanting in hopes that it will somehow get their needs met. Whatever happened with just going to meet and get to know each other a little before placing expectations on each other? And online isn't the place to do it especially if you are already saying you want a commitment or NSA. Ok rant over, but there is some advice in there for the OP or anyone that wants to consider it: Happy story here for you guys who want some hope I guess. I met my gf on plenty of fish over 4 years ago, we are now living together and couldn't be happier. I know it's pretty hard to find someone who doesn't want to fuck around or ghost you, but you can find someone if you try hard enough. Being able to find someone who you can click with. I am not necessarily looking for someone who is established, I am willing to work and build with a partner but on the personality front we need to click and I am just struggling with finding that. I have to say these responses are pretty much on trend with what my friends and I have experienced. I guess it's nice to know others are experiencing these issues too: I have considered going to a speed dating event just to meet people in person as the online thing is a minefield but as I've never done it I can't say if it's a better option. I actually saw this 30 min ago and was actually thinking of going, but might show up for the next, I think I remember reading they had another one coming up. Yeah I had signed up for the 28 plus one for tommorrow but apparently there weren't many guys. The next one is 21 plus. Like 21 to I think the age difference is to much. As a 32 year old, I think 23 or 24 is kind of ok, I guess it's on a case by case basis. That's why I'm on the fence on it. I don't want to go and it just be people that are 21 or 22 on the plus side it's only 20 bucks. A lot of times they are advertised on kijiji. Please only go to the ones advertised at public venues, don't ever go to a private event at anyone's home if you don't know them. Sorry if i offend you by being overly cautious but hey, you never know with some people. I hope if you try it out that it's a great experience for ya: It actually isnt for me but thanks for the concern. I seem to have three or four amazing friends who all have well paying jobs, are so fun to hang out with but have totally given up on internet dating. I thought this might be a different avenue. I see the problem expands not only in a religious community! I'm Catholic, 32, i have a stable job, might not be the best but I enjoy it. And trying to date in the catholic community has been a huge pain, there are lots of quality woman in the community, but they are just to scared to go out with a guy. I've used tinder and others and had no luck, I'm not that best looking guy, but I'm not ugly, problem with online dating is the first impression you get it's from a pic, no matter how good the profile is, people will judge you by the pic. For me the problem has been meeting new people outside of work or church. So it's not like I don't do stuff. There must be some Catholic mixers or speed dating type church events in this city, no? If Catholics love anything it's the prospect of more Catholics hooking up and making baptisable babies. There isn't anything of that sort going on, they leave all to faith. I think part of the issue is the community is to small so it's kind of weird. I'm also a Catholic: I've dated across the board from religious to non religious and it's tough for everyone. I'm in the same boat as you, but male. Have met some cool people and some not cool people but almost all of them have wanted casual or no commitment type of things. I have met lots that are looking for a new father for their kids, or sugar daddy. Typically the first two questions from them are What kind of Car do you drive and what do you do for work. I've also met people that were the exact opposite of that though but for one reason or another decided that we would be better off as friends and have continued to talk, so i guess its not all bad. I ask guys what they do for work and it's only because I'm trying to get him to start some kind of conversation. I ask other questions too like what he does for fun etc. But some, maybe even most, of the guys I've talked to online seem to give one word answers and don't engage in any type of back and forth exchange. I really don't care what a guy does for a living because I am perfectly capable of taking care of myself. I want a guy around because I want a partner, not because I need someone to look after me and buy me shiny, pretty things. The next time a woman on tinder asks you what you do for a living, don't write her off as a gold digger right away. She might just be trying to start a conversation. I am not online. But this is a hard question to answer because I can't talk about what I do at work. I am assuming most guy's aren't in my boat. But I really don't like this topic of conversation. I can give my one line canned answer and that is it: But most men aren't spies and could talk about their work if they knew how to carry on a conversation. I don't write them off, Just makes me be more aware of the kind of questions they are asking. I'm not the type of person who replies with single word answers or close ended questions so generally it should be fairly easy to keep a conversation going as long as someone is willing to actually talk. It's pretty rare for me to write someone off based on a single thing they do or ask. So if asking a guy about his work is the kind of question that potentially sets off red flags, what are some better initial questions to be asking? I prefer questions that allow someone to get to know a persons personality first and foremost. Even more open ended questions like "What is something you have always wanted to do but never had the opportunity? Even more ridiculous questions like "if you could have a super power what would it be and how would you use it? I find these kinds of questions really show who can hold a conversation and who can't, if someone is willing to put in the effort to get to know someone and share bits about themselves and the answers allow a person to share only what they would be comfortable sharing. It can showcase the persons personality and even though you aren't learning the basics of a person like what do they do, where do they live whats their favorite food, you are learning about more of what makes them tick and what type of person they are. But who know's i'm still single so maybe i'm way off base with the types of questions i like and ask hahahah. Honestly wondering, is it ok for a woman to ask "what do you do for work? It seems like a basic introductory question to ask anybody as far as I'm concerned. Seems fair. If their answer is "I don't work" or "I'm between jobs" then that might be saying something about them. Not that people can't be between jobs It's okay, just don't insult the woman's job to try and be cute, or, if she goes to school, don't insult her choice of degree. I had a lot of guys pull that neg on me: I have no problem with talking about my work, In-fact i love talking about my job as i love it. But if its the first question or second question i get asked it sets off red flags in my head, for myself anyway. It wouldn't make me want to stop talking to the person but it certainly makes me watch for other red flags for someone who would be just looking to "use" someone for money, etc. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. All rights reserved. Want to join? Log in or sign up in seconds. Submit a new link. Submit a new text post. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. Please no buy and sell ads or you may be banned. 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