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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 15:10

Perhaps by now, many of you have heard about the Date Bait case that is being filed against two of the bigger dating sites. The case speculates that the dating site paid women to go out with men so that they would keep paying the monthly fee and tell their friends...

Personally, I would think the filer of the suit has an over inflated ego for starters... Unless the woman was working for less than minimum wage, it would not be economically feasible to do so for a $30/mth subscription.

I have been date baited on a couple sites, normally smaller reclusive sites. Actually took the bait once, and consider it a $25 lesson for a naive redneck boy from east TN on the sins of the big city and the internet.

But my question is "How would you tell if the woman is date bait or just a gold digger looking for a free meal?"

I did go out with one young woman once. (Actually, in case you are taking me too literally, I have been out with many women, this story is about one in particular LOL) She was very chatty in mail and on the phone, we met at the resturant of her choice which turned out to be pretty expensive. We had a nice dinner, but towards the end, all of the sudden, things just started disagreeing with her. As we stood at the door, about to walk out to the cars, I asked if she might care to go for a drink or perhaps dancing since it was 9:00pm on a Friday. Seems that she felt her 8 month old kitten was lonely at home and she needed to rush home to attend to it...



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Posted on Fri, Dec 09, 2005 20:01

slowmotion2000 write:
i have one question ,what are we all looking for?

ME AND MY DAUGHTER ARE STILL LOOKING, GOOD QUESTION

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Posted on Thu, Dec 08, 2005 22:45

i have one question ,what are we all looking for?



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Posted on Wed, Dec 07, 2005 19:10

Thank you Rob!
And yes I am well on my way. This is gearing up to be a very (HOT) Winter!!!
Sharon

  
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Posted on Wed, Dec 07, 2005 13:51

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I did not wink. write or show interest in any of them that contacted me..But it shows that I contacted them..anyway no complaints..I am happy with it..Be it a ploy or not.!!!!



Perhaps it is "Millionaire" DateBait! LOL... Who knows. Be Open, be honest, be a good communicator and expect no less from them. Sounds like you are well on your way with "unusual search results". Good Hunting!!!



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Posted on Wed, Dec 07, 2005 13:03

I did not wink. write or show interest in any of them that contacted me..But it shows that I contacted them..anyway no complaints..I am happy with it..Be it a ploy or not.!!!!

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Posted on Wed, Dec 07, 2005 12:20

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HMMMMMMM..I am not sure about all of that. Yesterday 12-05-05. I received around 20 emails from non-members. They were responding to emails I sent them. I never sent these guys mail. Some, of them I would not have even thought about contacting them. There were 4 that I was very happy to talk to. I thought it was a "glitch" in the system. But, I realized it was a ploy to get non-members to join. It had to be..all the men said I contacted them..I did not..But was happy!! At least for now I am. I have 8 new people to meet. What I do like about some of the men they were honest to enough to tell me that they were "NOT" millionaires just hard-working guys looking for a true relationship. If income is probably stated on here. I have 4 prospective "millionaires" to meet..



If you wink at someone, that sends an email too. Not sure what was up with that... If you look at a profile, it will list them as $100k or more for a salary if they signed up as a millionaire.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 07, 2005 06:53

HMMMMMMM..I am not sure about all of that. Yesterday 12-05-05. I received around 20 emails from non-members. They were responding to emails I sent them. I never sent these guys mail. Some, of them I would not have even thought about contacting them. There were 4 that I was very happy to talk to. I thought it was a "glitch" in the system. But, I realized it was a ploy to get non-members to join. It had to be..all the men said I contacted them..I did not..But was happy!! At least for now I am. I have 8 new people to meet. What I do like about some of the men they were honest to enough to tell me that they were "NOT" millionaires just hard-working guys looking for a true relationship. If income is probably stated on here. I have 4 prospective "millionaires" to meet..

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Posted on Sat, Dec 03, 2005 01:06

Some of these site will pay you if you contact some one and they sign up. So women/me send messages to free members who can not read the mail unless they sign up, once they sign up the contract may be for a year............ Never forget this is a business, if you find someone thats great, but if these people do not make a profit they will not be here......... I think this is an honest board and this message will be posted.



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Posted on Tue, Nov 29, 2005 09:23

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blondeindian write:
sweendogr write:
blondeindian write:
robtest write:
Perhaps by now, many of you have heard about the Date Bait case that is being filed against two of the bigger dating sites. The case speculates that the dating site paid women to go out with men so that they would keep paying the monthly fee and tell their friends...

Personally, I would think the filer of the suit has an over inflated ego for starters... Unless the woman was working for less than minimum wage, it would not be economically feasible to do so for a $30/mth subscription.

I have been date baited on a couple sites, normally smaller reclusive sites. Actually took the bait once, and consider it a $25 lesson for a naive redneck boy from east TN on the sins of the big city and the internet.

But my question is "How would you tell if the woman is date bait or just a gold digger looking for a free meal?"

I did go out with one young woman once. (Actually, in case you are taking me too literally, I have been out with many women, this story is about one in particular LOL) She was very chatty in mail and on the phone, we met at the resturant of her choice which turned out to be pretty expensive. We had a nice dinner, but towards the end, all of the sudden, things just started disagreeing with her. As we stood at the door, about to walk out to the cars, I asked if she might care to go for a drink or perhaps dancing since it was 9:00pm on a Friday. Seems that she felt her 8 month old kitten was lonely at home and she needed to rush home to attend to it...

wow, can i get a job there, lol, i am a actress, wouldn't that be a funny job, where are you working? oh, i am going out with whatdoyouwantme2be tonight...

I thought I recognized you in that movie the other night, just how many po-rns have you played in sweetheart?

only ones with you, wink back at you,lol

Thanks sweetz!

you got it...

  


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Posted on Mon, Nov 28, 2005 18:57

blondeindian write:
sweendogr write:
blondeindian write:
robtest write:
Perhaps by now, many of you have heard about the Date Bait case that is being filed against two of the bigger dating sites. The case speculates that the dating site paid women to go out with men so that they would keep paying the monthly fee and tell their friends...

Personally, I would think the filer of the suit has an over inflated ego for starters... Unless the woman was working for less than minimum wage, it would not be economically feasible to do so for a $30/mth subscription.

I have been date baited on a couple sites, normally smaller reclusive sites. Actually took the bait once, and consider it a $25 lesson for a naive redneck boy from east TN on the sins of the big city and the internet.

But my question is "How would you tell if the woman is date bait or just a gold digger looking for a free meal?"

I did go out with one young woman once. (Actually, in case you are taking me too literally, I have been out with many women, this story is about one in particular LOL) She was very chatty in mail and on the phone, we met at the resturant of her choice which turned out to be pretty expensive. We had a nice dinner, but towards the end, all of the sudden, things just started disagreeing with her. As we stood at the door, about to walk out to the cars, I asked if she might care to go for a drink or perhaps dancing since it was 9:00pm on a Friday. Seems that she felt her 8 month old kitten was lonely at home and she needed to rush home to attend to it...

wow, can i get a job there, lol, i am a actress, wouldn't that be a funny job, where are you working? oh, i am going out with whatdoyouwantme2be tonight...

I thought I recognized you in that movie the other night, just how many po-rns have you played in sweetheart?

only ones with you, wink back at you,lol

Thanks sweetz!



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Posted on Sun, Nov 27, 2005 15:54

sweendogr write:
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robtest write:
Perhaps by now, many of you have heard about the Date Bait case that is being filed against two of the bigger dating sites. The case speculates that the dating site paid women to go out with men so that they would keep paying the monthly fee and tell their friends...

Personally, I would think the filer of the suit has an over inflated ego for starters... Unless the woman was working for less than minimum wage, it would not be economically feasible to do so for a $30/mth subscription.

I have been date baited on a couple sites, normally smaller reclusive sites. Actually took the bait once, and consider it a $25 lesson for a naive redneck boy from east TN on the sins of the big city and the internet.

But my question is "How would you tell if the woman is date bait or just a gold digger looking for a free meal?"

I did go out with one young woman once. (Actually, in case you are taking me too literally, I have been out with many women, this story is about one in particular LOL) She was very chatty in mail and on the phone, we met at the resturant of her choice which turned out to be pretty expensive. We had a nice dinner, but towards the end, all of the sudden, things just started disagreeing with her. As we stood at the door, about to walk out to the cars, I asked if she might care to go for a drink or perhaps dancing since it was 9:00pm on a Friday. Seems that she felt her 8 month old kitten was lonely at home and she needed to rush home to attend to it...

wow, can i get a job there, lol, i am a actress, wouldn't that be a funny job, where are you working? oh, i am going out with whatdoyouwantme2be tonight...

I thought I recognized you in that movie the other night, just how many po-rns have you played in sweetheart?

only ones with you, wink back at you,lol

  


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Posted on Sat, Nov 26, 2005 23:40

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Now, Robtest.

Am I to understand that since you bought her a fancy dinner she OWED you something besides the pleasure of her company? There's a name for that, I just don't want to say it . . .

Personally, I stick with coffee or drink dates when initially meeting a man. I understand this business called "dating" can be expensive for men and don't want a man to invest much initially.

However, I have also had the misfortune of discovering, after fancy dinners on second dates, that I just can't imagine kissing them or spending one more moment trying to find something else to say. These men get nothing more than a "thank you for dinner" and a kiss goodnight, and I feel NO guilt for not inviting them into my home.


I don't believe I said she owed me anything? I don't even care about the opportunity to explore a new fancy resturant with a stranger. Money had nothing to do with it. It is about manners and honesty...

But have you ever owned a cat? Have you ever really known a cat? Do you know what an absolutely rediculous piece of sheet excuse that was? That was my point of the story ...

Perhaps you have never been to dinner and been used. Being a female, you have probably missed that in your education in the way that people treat other people. It is an odd feeling to be sitting there blissfully thinking you might be there for a real meeting, only to realize later that no matter what you say, not matter what you do, it was a dead end before it started... Perhaps you can remain blissfully ignorant the rest of your days! May you be so lucky! Truly!!!

But then again, most people cannot communicate honestly, and many people seem to enjoy playing games... Such is life...

Your methods do seem different. You offer no made up BS, no sillieness, just a simple thank you for dinner goodbye... Just out of curiousity, since we are sharing experiences, what do you say when he doesn't get the clue and calls you later??? :o)

I do agree with you on the "business" of it all. And at days end, this is hard and frustrating work. But IMHO, to find true destiny, money has little value, and truth overrides all...


I didn't read anything in Robtest's post that said he felt she owed him anything. Instead of his date telling him that she wasn't interested she opted for the kitten story which was the point of his posting. She should have said "You are a nice guy but I do not feel we are compatible." I wonder what she would have done if you had said "awwwwwwwww...poor kitty...let's go buy it a catnip toy and keep the kitty company!"

  


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Posted on Sat, Nov 26, 2005 00:24

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Now, Robtest.

Am I to understand that since you bought her a fancy dinner she OWED you something besides the pleasure of her company? There's a name for that, I just don't want to say it . . .

Personally, I stick with coffee or drink dates when initially meeting a man. I understand this business called "dating" can be expensive for men and don't want a man to invest much initially.

However, I have also had the misfortune of discovering, after fancy dinners on second dates, that I just can't imagine kissing them or spending one more moment trying to find something else to say. These men get nothing more than a "thank you for dinner" and a kiss goodnight, and I feel NO guilt for not inviting them into my home.


I don't believe I said she owed me anything? I don't even care about the opportunity to explore a new fancy resturant with a stranger. Money had nothing to do with it. It is about manners and honesty...

But have you ever owned a cat? Have you ever really known a cat? Do you know what an absolutely rediculous piece of sheet excuse that was? That was my point of the story ...

Perhaps you have never been to dinner and been used. Being a female, you have probably missed that in your education in the way that people treat other people. It is an odd feeling to be sitting there blissfully thinking you might be there for a real meeting, only to realize later that no matter what you say, not matter what you do, it was a dead end before it started... Perhaps you can remain blissfully ignorant the rest of your days! May you be so lucky! Truly!!!

But then again, most people cannot communicate honestly, and many people seem to enjoy playing games... Such is life...

Your methods do seem different. You offer no made up BS, no sillieness, just a simple thank you for dinner goodbye... Just out of curiousity, since we are sharing experiences, what do you say when he doesn't get the clue and calls you later??? :o)

I do agree with you on the "business" of it all. And at days end, this is hard and frustrating work. But IMHO, to find true destiny, money has little value, and truth overrides all...



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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 16:04

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robtest write:
Perhaps by now, many of you have heard about the Date Bait case that is being filed against two of the bigger dating sites. The case speculates that the dating site paid women to go out with men so that they would keep paying the monthly fee and tell their friends...

Personally, I would think the filer of the suit has an over inflated ego for starters... Unless the woman was working for less than minimum wage, it would not be economically feasible to do so for a $30/mth subscription.

I have been date baited on a couple sites, normally smaller reclusive sites. Actually took the bait once, and consider it a $25 lesson for a naive redneck boy from east TN on the sins of the big city and the internet.

But my question is "How would you tell if the woman is date bait or just a gold digger looking for a free meal?"

I did go out with one young woman once. (Actually, in case you are taking me too literally, I have been out with many women, this story is about one in particular LOL) She was very chatty in mail and on the phone, we met at the resturant of her choice which turned out to be pretty expensive. We had a nice dinner, but towards the end, all of the sudden, things just started disagreeing with her. As we stood at the door, about to walk out to the cars, I asked if she might care to go for a drink or perhaps dancing since it was 9:00pm on a Friday. Seems that she felt her 8 month old kitten was lonely at home and she needed to rush home to attend to it...

wow, can i get a job there, lol, i am a actress, wouldn't that be a funny job, where are you working? oh, i am going out with whatdoyouwantme2be tonight...

I thought I recognized you in that movie the other night, just how many po-rns have you played in sweetheart?



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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 10:44

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Now, Robtest.

Am I to understand that since you bought her a fancy dinner she OWED you something besides the pleasure of her company? There's a name for that, I just don't want to say it . . .

Personally, I stick with coffee or drink dates when initially meeting a man. I understand this business called "dating" can be expensive for men and don't want a man to invest much initially.

However, I have also had the misfortune of discovering, after fancy dinners on second dates, that I just can't imagine kissing them or spending one more moment trying to find something else to say. These men get nothing more than a "thank you for dinner" and a kiss goodnight, and I feel NO guilt for not inviting them into my home.

I agree with you 100% Goodlife. If it's not clicking, nothing is going to make it any better continuing. Your methods are 100% acceptable, if he (your date) can't handle it, he can go home and cry. Shoot, I would have thought you would avoid the kiss goodbye and just offer a firendly handshake goodbye. Snf, snf...

  


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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 10:18

thegoodlife2005 write:
Now, Robtest.

Am I to understand that since you bought her a fancy dinner she OWED you something besides the pleasure of her company? There's a name for that, I just don't want to say it . . .

Personally, I stick with coffee or drink dates when initially meeting a man. I understand this business called "dating" can be expensive for men and don't want a man to invest much initially.

However, I have also had the misfortune of discovering, after fancy dinners on second dates, that I just can't imagine kissing them or spending one more moment trying to find something else to say. These men get nothing more than a "thank you for dinner" and a kiss goodnight, and I feel NO guilt for not inviting them into my home.

good points...



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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 06:59

Now, Robtest.

Am I to understand that since you bought her a fancy dinner she OWED you something besides the pleasure of her company? There's a name for that, I just don't want to say it . . .

Personally, I stick with coffee or drink dates when initially meeting a man. I understand this business called "dating" can be expensive for men and don't want a man to invest much initially.

However, I have also had the misfortune of discovering, after fancy dinners on second dates, that I just can't imagine kissing them or spending one more moment trying to find something else to say. These men get nothing more than a "thank you for dinner" and a kiss goodnight, and I feel NO guilt for not inviting them into my home.

  


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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 06:05

robtest write:
Perhaps by now, many of you have heard about the Date Bait case that is being filed against two of the bigger dating sites. The case speculates that the dating site paid women to go out with men so that they would keep paying the monthly fee and tell their friends...

Personally, I would think the filer of the suit has an over inflated ego for starters... Unless the woman was working for less than minimum wage, it would not be economically feasible to do so for a $30/mth subscription.

I have been date baited on a couple sites, normally smaller reclusive sites. Actually took the bait once, and consider it a $25 lesson for a naive redneck boy from east TN on the sins of the big city and the internet.

But my question is "How would you tell if the woman is date bait or just a gold digger looking for a free meal?"

I did go out with one young woman once. (Actually, in case you are taking me too literally, I have been out with many women, this story is about one in particular LOL) She was very chatty in mail and on the phone, we met at the resturant of her choice which turned out to be pretty expensive. We had a nice dinner, but towards the end, all of the sudden, things just started disagreeing with her. As we stood at the door, about to walk out to the cars, I asked if she might care to go for a drink or perhaps dancing since it was 9:00pm on a Friday. Seems that she felt her 8 month old kitten was lonely at home and she needed to rush home to attend to it...

on a serious note, It is using someone, I hate that, kinda like the drink hoe..They don't mind getting drinks free all the time, then there is the date to the nice restaurant and a kewl dinner, and like you said rob, oh, I gotta take care of, whatever they make up..That is so wrong..Do they really do this date bate stuff? I find that so strange, and totally wrong, no ethics at all..

  


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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 05:59

you to robtest,kiss..



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