Sunday, October 11, 2020

eHarmony's Profiles Are Getting Weirder By The Day

Proverbs 3:13, “Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth understanding.” Proverbs 8:35, “For whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall obtain favour of the LORD.” Proverbs 18:22, “Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD.”

I have been searching for a wife for years now. God willing, one day I will find her. I already have someone I want, across the street from me, who visits (whom I wrote about toward the last part of 2019 in numerous website articles), but she doesn't want me. I do love her. I keep picking women who don't like me. So what's a man to do? All I can do is keep praying, trying and hoping to find a wife. I signed up for eHarmony. You wouldn't believe some of the hilarious profiles that I read! For example: I couldn't sleep tonight. It is 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. So I went to surf eHarmony's Matches for me. Here is a 38 year old woman named Iris in Chicago who writes:

I am friendly & kind hearted. I don't know why people r afraid 2 approach me. It does not bother me 2 eat pizza everyday. I am not interested in dealing w/ a man obsessed w/ "physical fitness" or "counting calories". I am all 4 improving health, but not in a hitler/commando type style. I am not into sports. I am not a "white glove clean the house daily freak". I know there is a lot 2 chew here already, but would u not want an idea of what a person is all about b 4 deciding to jump in or not?

If you saw her profile photo, you'd believe that she eats 2 pizzas every day! She further writes:

I’ve actually had a few a*holes tell me that I shouldn’t be on eharmony because I am too fat! Listen… fat people, ugly people, disabled people, even villains want and need love. If voldemort can find love, so can I. I am who I am and your approval is certainly not needed. Public opinion be damned!

I've already contacted her and we're getting married next month...lol. No, I'm just kidding! Iris continues her rant, saying that she wants to find a man, who:

Someone who shares the same interests as me is an absolute must. A chubby chaser is a plus. I want a man who enjoys food and knows what he wants out of life. I am not interested in dealing with a man who has kids [or even wants kids]. Someone would really have to be outside the box [literally] in order to deal with me. My standards may be too high, but I know what I want and I am not willing to settle for less.

I truly feel sorry for this woman. Her attitude is atrocious! She wants to selfishly find a man to fit into her own interests. She wants a man who likes refrigerator-sized women. She boasts of her poor health and clearly plans to stay in poor health, and seeks a man who likes to abuse his health like she does. She doesn't have or want children. She doesn't want to “deal with a man who has kids? High standards? Lady, your standards couldn't be any lower! She wonders why people are afraid to approach her. Really?

I am not condemning her, God forbid. I just wouldn't consider her for a wife if she were the last woman on earth! Gadzooks! So many women have the wrong values, wrong mindset and wrong goals in life. They don't want to be a mother, homemaker and help meet to their man, they want to pursue a career, not have any children, and find a man to use to get what they want out of life. No thanks, instead I'll buy a cat!

2 comments:

  1. "She wants to selfishly find a man to fit into her own interests"

    Did you say that with a straight face?
    We've read your descriptions of your marriage, the way you treated yuour wife, the asmount of control you indist on. How narrow your view of proper religion is. How much any woman with the slightest individuality offends you. And you look down on her for an honest profile?
    Standard Davey....

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  2. David, I thought Jesus taught us to love our neighbor as ourselves and do unto others as we would have them do unto us?
    Is describing this woman in the rude and insulting terms you use here a good way or demonstrating God's love to her? Are you treating her the way you'd want her to treat you? How would you feel if she or someone else, upon seeing your eharmony profile, made a blog post of their own saying cruel and nasty things about you?

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