I had a lot of fun with okc though I did have one out two bad dates and weirdo messages.
I met my boyfriend through it, we connected through gaming and the fact that we went through the same college program (3D modeling for games).
Leave as many ice bakers to talk about and you'll get results! I'm working towards a stable relationship rather than just the general "meet up to meat up".
Edit: Sorry, I should mention that because it is just starting, there aren't many people on there (yet hopefully!
)For more immediate solutions to your problem...hm, how about joining nerd-like clubs or going to conventions in real life?
Luck to you., though it’s in Swedish, so you have to know the language to use it.
They take some fee, don’t know how much, as I left it a long time ago.
What I saw on there is the very reason I messaged my boyfriend back and pretty much no one else.
All in all, it's free, so there's nothing to lose. I feel geek girls actually have an advantage on that site because it is something that makes you more distinguished than say the more generic profiles.
Personally I can only tell you the lesbian experience on the site isn't like that but from what I gather from my straight friends it's all "girl getting hot dogs thrown at face .
gif" : PAfter a three month dry spell I want to say that doesn't sound terrible, but in reality it'd be overwhelming. I'm a bit on a budget crunch at the moment, with buying books for myself this semester along with a slew of other things. He was the very first date I went on, and he's the best thing to ever happen to me. I specifically said I need to date a gamer on my profile.
It doesn't necessarily have to be for dating purposes, but rather it works for people just wanting to increase their online network. pretty basic, as we're still working on it.
We're open to feedback as well so go and get your pitchforks!
Tulefel Thanks for your comment.....i did my researchin the net, most of the sites are full of time wasters playerspeople are just not very serious.....