Relationship ender, pet dander

A few months ago I started putting myself back on the market as far as romantic relationships are concerned.

It has been about a year since my last relationship, and I felt like I was finally healed enough to start seeing new people.

I didn’t want to meet randoms at a bar or anything like that, so I started signing up for online dating websites. I figured this was a good way to weed out some of the losers and save myself some time. I can peruse profiles on my own time, instead of having to go on hundreds of terrible first dates. The seems like it should cut out a lot of the nonsense… If people were honest and used to be websites properly. What I found, is that people are happily online lying their faces off. Last week I went on a date with a man who was supposedly a true animal lover. He responded to my profile and applauded my efforts at the animal Humane Society. However, when we met up, it became clear that he had no interest in animals. He came back to my house and immediately started complaining about the amount of pet hair and dander in the air. He asked if I had a media air purification system and rudely stated that it would be beneficial in my dirty house. He said my air contamination was out of control and there is no way my air quality was up to his standards. Confused, I asked how he dealt with indoor ventilation and his own pets. He responded by saying he hated animals and had terrible allergies! He started dramatically coughing and sneezing, at which point I told him it was best for him to leave.

 

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