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Maybe we were always these confused individuals creating hollow lives for ourselves. We're under the illusion that perfection is attainable, so as soon as the going gets tough, we get going. We love novelty, so we switch partners like we switch underwear.29. We think our lives suck and would rather dwell in that odd comfort self-pity allows for than actually change our lives for the better.45. We're afraid he or she is going to cheat on us, so we never put our best foot forward.47.
Whether or not the times have changed doesn't really matter. We often find dating boring, but only if it's with the same person.31. We're too busy focusing on all the things in life that don't matter whatsoever.40. We just don't understand what a relationship can truly be — but we can't really be blamed for that; blame society.42. We don't believe it'll work, and by doing so, we guarantee it won't.49.
What matters is that most individuals nowadays don't date. I'm sorry, but today's dating culture should not be allowed to fall under the dating category. Dating for the sake of dating isn't really dating.6. We're confused into believing sex with strangers is better than sex with someone we love.32. Because, for women with sex toys, batteries last longer than men.36. We date for food, drinks and sex, not for love and companionship.
Calling it “dating” is rather insulting to the once coveted — and now seemingly archaic — practice. We search for a happily-ever-after, but are afraid of actually finding it.33. A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson (@Mr Paul Hudson) has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start.