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Rennik Sadorn

25 year old Male
Last online 1 day ago
Plymouth (Devon), United Kingdom
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Ok, this is new. Line spacing doesn't exist anymore, so long posts turn into hideous incoherent heaps. Wonderful.
November came. With it, the winter chill and the unfavourable weather that entails. Opportunities to step out on impromptu meditative walks to purge my mind of these rampant, principle yearnings (to have someone to talk to of the opposite sex in person, without any barriers between you - as in, you can hug eachother tightly and it would feel good, you'd cuddle up to eachother and want to stay like that, and spend time doing things you wish you did when you both were younger). Sadly most (as in, 99% of) men (who start the convo first) online and off may not have figured that their sex craving is actually just that. There was a time I managed to meet a curvy Tinder match late yestermonth and we cuddled. She laid atop me. Was amazing experience... Until she remembered her ex and lapsed. Gave her a means of communication and benefit-of-doubt. Was blocked on means of communication not long after. That has me hoping for a push for a 'comfort person' trend, where you form a sort of familiarity with someone, and you both come to eachother in times of need or if you want to socialise but not want the expectations you've set on friends. Like, a manifestation of that 'third place' that is meme'd about. To cut it down to the small detail, my bottomline is a curvy woman to cuddle and be squished by for a bit of fun and warm wholesomeness who lives locally. I am yet to find this comfort person. They seem extensively evasive, or I am at my max level for the Introvert class. Anyway, I rebooted this because there is no harm in it and... Uh. Ah. What happened? May: went to Malta, saw what I call 'the curviest loveliest of statues' and interesting ruins - basically saw the whole island in a week. May-June: started volunteering. Now: still single.
Horny jail seems to be at maximum capacity and on the verge of an XK-class world lewding scenario. Meanwhile, me, continuing to exi- Wait I'm 25 and it's suddenly March.
And if Japan's situation is anything to go by as a reference, reverse-cyborgs (robots with organic components for the sake of continuing the species) are inevitable, and a waifu/husbando version of Skynet will simply exist as a byproduct of human negligence of human humanity. Machine broke. Laugh. Then realise it's an abstracted form of life support. Panik. To me it's worse than as-depicted. People go on/off apps, thinking they'll find something. Those connections are synthetic. Nothing organic will come from synthesis.
Preface: opinions presented may not remain static and should not be perceived as gospel truths as most of what is written is based loosely on articles found across the internet that may have been clickbait. Having read through all of this, there's a lot I would agree with, and then some. By my interation of logic I would presume that any of the following can be, or is, valid in some manner, even after some abstraction: 1: The profile has been left derelict in case they ever need it. Or they forgot about it. While this is a wild and dangerous assumption to make, people do do this (both-ways), meaning actual population VS recorded population (by accounts) may not yield accurate statistics. 2: There's just more men online in general on dating sites. Men, due to the stereotypes, method of raising, education, and many other elements defining 'men' as 'men', have difficulty trying to express themselves in the normal human way due to media and social ostrazation for one reason or another. Or self-imposed exile for cringe-thinking and believing themselves incapable of standard interaction process (NOW OUTDATED: see new version at [404: URL NOT FOUND] ). And then they have no way to reintegrate. A majority of actual profiles may be bots or dead accounts as well, thus bloating numbers. 3: Who wants to travel during a PANDEMIC? I've got a heavy bias for people who live in the same city or are local enough to take the bus or even walk to their location of choice. This is because of the pandemic and preferring less complications. 4: 99% of people [this is a fabricated statistic] who date online are craving some sort of connection. Any connection made online is artificial. Chances of it becoming anything more than a chat between you and Replika-under-a-pseudonym are some hideously small decimal placed percentile [statistic unsupported; no data]. Chances of successful marriage should not even be considered as the bureaucracy behind that and the expenses of marriage are enough to destroy your life within 0.05 seconds [a logical concern, lacks proof outside of media headlights of 'why are so many people divorcing so fast and at such young ages?' ]. 5: This isn't a dating site. Plus there's a lot of stigma thrown upon those of us who indulge in any fictional content whatsoever and own items that, at least in my case, are needed to prevent biologically-induced madness. Such items themselves have even more of a stigma on them while, to my awareness, women are praised for possessing such items. I won't specify what, I'd rather let your imagination go wild~. I would interject with my online dating experiences, but I do not think more digitized stories of 'you'll find the one!' and 'Eww, gross, go die. Baka.' with a helping of 'I tried IRL but I couldn't identify who was single and looking and developed a complex about it and now I wait for the monstergirl invasion' would be of any help to anyone.