Nose pickers dating
As a single, hetereosexual woman, its only natural that I spend some time observing the opposite sex as I go through my travels.
Whilst I am not looking for a long-term relationship per se, I do enjoy the company of men (platonic and romantic) and it would be nice to make some friends in my new homeland.
Several years ago I tried my hand at internet dating through the website
Here I found hundreds of men all with photos where they looked like their mother had dressed them.
Colossians 4:6 says, “Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone." The crotchety old Bible beaters on State Street and University Avenue should have to write this out as many times as it takes for them to get it.
Seasoning a conversation with salt is avoiding the first date feelings of tension and pressure and skipping to the ever so wonderful second date.
After chatting to a few men online, it seemed that most were far more interested in my citizenship than who I was, which is an immediate fail.
A Bible beater, for those of you who do not know, is a Christian who takes their beliefs to another level.
Even if I try and rationalise the behaviour, after all there is a dire lack of sanitation facilities in India hence the need for public urination, looking through my western eyes I found my attraction to men waning.
These behaviours appear to be generally accepted in Indian culture, no one bats an eyelid going about their day.
In my opinion, if they had to go out and attract a woman entirely on their own (and assuming she had unfettered free will and choice in the matter), they would be less likely to indulge in these behaviours. In years past I have come to India for work, and in my current stay in Delhi I am living with family and am privy to another side of India.
Whilst the professional men that I have met don’t have the more distasteful personal habits, I do still find them very difficult to understand.
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Seasoning a conversation is not abruptly asking someone to church, nor is it waving a book in someone's face yelling "It will save you!