In my five years of being on dating websites, I’ve only gotten three messages that were initiated by women. When a girl joins a dating website, it’s a HUGE risk.There IS a chance that someone might stalk her, or threaten her, or send her inappropriate pictures. And if she is pretty, her inbox will be flooded with messages from guys who only want one thing.But an assistant then beats the animal with a long stick (pictured) and the animal retreats before carrying on with its performance as if nothing had happened Circus representative Oleg told Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper: 'The handler and the bear lost their understanding for a moment.'It can happen any time.Similar cases happen with dogs, but we didn't make a fuss about it.'Everyone present at the show could see that no-one got injured.So she will never click on my profile out of the blue, because she’ll think, “eh, he’s bald, next, next, next.”When a girl goes on a dating website, she is in a shopping kind of a mode.But when you meet a girl in real life, she’s not necessarily shopping and judging. It’s a magical and spontaneous thing, and it’s completely lost on a website.But an assistant then beats the animal with a long stick and the animal retreats before carrying on with its performance as if nothing had happened.
The whole world sees her as desperate enough to resort to online dating.
After all, pretty girls are hit on all the time in real life. The only reason is because she has kids, or perhaps because she’s unattractive, or maybe she has some personal baggage.
I’d say about 90% of the women on the dating websites I visit have kids. But dealing with the ex-husband who might be really possessive can be scary. I spent more time with the kid than I ever did with her. I didn’t have the time to learn about her, because I was too busy taking care of the kid. But when 90% of the girls online have kids, you’re basically relegating yourself to ONLY girls with kids.
But the bear suddenly lunges forward, knocking its master to the floor and appears ready to savage him.
Cries are heard from the audience who fear the worst as the handler falls backwards out of view.