Internet dating lies
A recent edition of Vows, the wedding-announcements section of the New York Times, featured a sadly familiar fact about modern dating: the groom wooed his now-wife with a fib.
It’s no big secret that married people are looking to meet someone online. Married people often hide their real location or have weird photos that don’t show them clearly, but they promise to email you more.I met my fiancé because of this, but he was definitely bummed out when I told him we wouldn't be able to meet up until I left the East Coast a month later.Melanie Robinson, an online dating expert who uses online dating apps herself, told ATTN: that it's common for people to fib about these two things in their profiles, and the lies don't end there.Here are some major things people tend to fabricate on their profiles, according to three different experts.
Robinson, who uses Bumble and Tinder, told ATTN: that she has encountered married men on Tinder.
“I understood the reasoning and I thought it was funny,” she told the Times.