This is a direct result of the aforementioned fast pace intrinsic to online dating.If you hit it off with someone immediately, it can be easy to get over-excited about your romantic future, which can lead to feelings developing at an abnormal pace.
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I can't even quantify how many hours per week I spend on Ok Cupid, answering match questions, browsing profiles, and messaging an array of men.
Great for boredom, terrible for day-to-day productivity.
Here's a breakdown of how things might typically go in a given three-hour period I spend on a dating app: I learn someone exists, make small talk, ask a few personal get-to-know-you questions, flirt (with varying levels of subtlety), exchange numbers, and ask him out.