Surely in that sea of millions of men there must be a sizable portion of "normal" guys.
Second, you'll probably be somewhat inebriated and not in a position to make the best choices.
And finally, the choices you do have will be severely limited by the simple determinants of time, space and location.
For some reason, looking for men on the Internet is just about the most mortifying thing a woman can do. But really, it's just being honest about what you want.
When you go to a bar with your friends, wearing your favorite semi-slutty outfit and made up like you're ready for the red carpet, you secretly hope this might be the night you'll meet that certain someone. Ostensibly, you're going out with the girls to have fun, not looking for a man.
Some of them are too busy with jobs or hobbies to go trolling for dates in bars. Some are divorced and have kids to take to soccer practice or help with their homework. Are you convinced that all the nicest guys are vegan?
Do you want to find someone who loves Dickens or Didion?
So I decided to do some asking around to find out why so many of us women are afraid to say yes to online dating.
Because People Will Think I'm a Loser This is hands-down the most common thing I heard from women.
Seth's friendship with Ryan, who eventually became his adoptive brother, formed a focal point of the series along with their romances. His other relationships were with Anna Stern and Alex Kelly.
Seth's goal was to attend Brown University, but he ends up going to Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and continuing work on his comic book Atomic County.
In his photograph he looked like a 35-year old professor with a full, reddish beard, blue eyes and a wry smile.