I think it it's silly to think you know what anyone will say. I do agree with you on that there is no such thing as a perfect person, but there is a perfect match, and any relationship takes a lot of work.
This question tees me off!! First of all, no one on this earth is perfect or anywhere near perfection! Anyone who thinks they are is someone I do NOT want to know!
The poster asking this question is using it as a ploy to get noticed, don't you already know what anyone will say?
All that being said, you can find someone who is close to being perfect for you, even then it takes work! BOTH people have to want to work at it. I was married for 20 years, trust me I know what I'm talking about.
The perfect women (and men) are taken. Hence, the search is quite a bit more difficult for those of use navigating the 'scene' after a blissful bond gone terribly wrong.
It is purely a numbers game and takes courage, stamina and patience. You'll need to wait, my dear, until a perfect one bubbles up in the sort. A cast away who was perfect in so many ways, but, perhaps his wifey favored the UPS man whilst hubby was off providing.
Be prepared though...as no one is fit to enter this arena until they have dealt with their demons.
Of course this applies equally to the genders and I happen to speak for a particular generation a bit more aged to perfection than someone of your youth...
Excellent reply (this user is not available - too bad not available but that's another issue:-)
It is hard to find the Mr/Ms Right. The internet might make it easier than going to bars and trying to meet the right person with tons of blind days and the "believe me he/she is perfect for you!) setups by your well intended friends/acquintances and associates.
It's a tool and nothing more or less. It's up to the individuals to see through the questionable intent and be willing to delve into the underlying intend and character of the member posting.