If Celebrities Have to Use Online Dating, What Does that Mean for the Rest of Us?
It’s official – everyone is dating online. When I saw the news that Brad Garrett was trying out online dating (albeit for a reality show), I realized that online dating had finally found legitimacy.
Sure, we’ve all known about it for a while now, but once a celebrity decides to go for it, then you know it’s something you should try it too.
True, Garrett isn’t the first one to give online dating a whirl, but it seems like everyone who is anyone is hopping online. What does this mean for you? It means that more people are going to try this effective form of dating, which will up your chances of finding someone of substance.
At the same time, many people might wonder if online dating is just being mocked by those who could get a date with anyone – that’s a viable thought too.
But honestly, online dating is not a joke.
- It lets you screen potential dates before you spend money on a movie and dinner.
- It lets you scope out the competition.
- It lets you be picky.
- Online dating is cheap.
- It lets you be creative with your profile.
- You can meet anyone who is into anything.
- It’s growing everyday.
Online dating used to be a way for people to stalk each other and to flirt with people they had no intention of meeting, but now, matches are made, marriages are planned, and families are the result.
Get on the bandwagon – and maybe you can date Brad in the process. Too bad it’s not Brad Pitt.
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