So, as you all know, I’m currently using OKCupid. It’s my second time around with this service. The first time I tried it was a total waste of time. But now, well, things seem to be going a little better (although the guy I went out with last Friday was a OKC guy). I should have at least 3 or 4 dates with guys I’ve met there in the next week or two.
Anyway, they have this feature called a WTF report. I’d never really noticed it before today. But then a little while ago I got a system generated message saying that one of the guys I’d been communicating with had requested a WTF with me. Or for me. Or something. So I said yes, because, you know, WTF?
These reports compare you to the person in question. Me and this guy, according to the tests we took, we’re 90% compatible. So the WTF report showed us the 10% of the questions (or whatever) on which our answers showed potential incompatibility.
It was enlightening. And a little freaky. Like now I know that I’m a little bit more sexually open (and maybe experienced?) than him. And a couple of other things that I’m not sure I need or want to know before I even meet a guy. And he knows too. This stuff about me. We both know. And I’m thinking, damn, this is weird.
Or maybe this is the best thing that ever happened to me. Maybe it’s great that I know this now, before we even meet. And he knows. Maybe this can save me a bunch of time. Maybe I should be requesting WTF reports on every guy I’m even a little bit interested in. Because really, do I want to be wasting my time with some guy who’s not a good fit for me sexually? Hell no. Maybe this info could be helpful?
Or maybe THIS is the true definition of TMI?
Tags: OKCupid, Online dating, tmi, WTF