The photo above I used as a match photo on a dating website.
Red is a color that attracts men. So you’re supposed to wear red if you want to boost your luck.
Seems innocent enough right? Yet it poses a dilemma. I received 55 “likes” and I wasn’t interested in any of them.
They click “like” after seeing only my match photo. I read a guy’s profile before clicking that I “like” him.
This is the conundrum: attracting men I’m not interested in.
Like the guy wearing only swim trunks and no shirt whose breasts were as big as mine.
Sorry–though I lift weights I’m not attracted to bodybuilders with bulging bodies as big as boulders.
The tee shirt is my oldest item of clothing. It’s a Product(RED) offering that went on sale the first month Bono created this campaign.
Proceeds from Product(RED) items go to support men women and children living with AIDS in Africa.
Years ago I also bought a Product(RED) red-rubber spatula.
I wish a guy who was hip to this sales campaign would send me a message referring to the tee shirt. Only that would be an impossible stretch.
My computer crashed 2 years ago. The files documents and photos on it disappeared. There were no photos on my cell phone either that showed “lovely legs” like a ZZ Top song.
I even dared upload a recent photo where I’m wearing a purple bandanna, lavender marled sweater, black coated skinny jeans, and black boots.
Men who expect me to wear stilettos are not in my target market.
On my end I don’t go by how a person looks. I read their profile essay first.
Coming up: More Fun in the New (Dating) World? Not exactly.