That's so much attention. Anyways I can see why some men would get frustrated, and if they express that to you rudely you should be grateful because he just did you a favor showing you that you don't want to date him anyway. Then it's all connected, you look pretty, find a man with wealth and possible good looks, or someone who has the alpha traits, and put up a family with them, in case it goes awry she can always claim material gain from him and most likely take the kid with them in case of divorce, because the system mostly favour the weaker, but is it really weaker sex? It always ends the same way with that tool going home alone to have a wank while the host agrees to never invite them again, and in one case it worked in my favour once in a nite club as a conversation starter where I wound up taking home the girl he was trying to get with. And I was honestly surprised at how jaded they get, but I don't blame them because of all these goofball, creepy, lewd, stalker responses they get.
Thank you for saying this.
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Multiple scammers, account hacked and Match renewed membership before the expiration date. Overall you just shoot yourself in the foot with this bull crap. A recently separated man is not for me. If it is just "attention", that is easy to find. If you haven't been on a date in 27 years, don't be too disappointed if you can't get one right away.