I'll be "friendly," but a real friendship requires some level of honesty and ease.
I know some people are capable of masking their true feelings, a la Joey Potter, but that's just not in my nature.
It would be a shame to pay for something and not find anyone locally or anyone at all that would be of interest.
Chances are, when you sign up for a dating site, love is your primary focus, not friendship.
Jealousy and possessiveness occur in all relationships- including friendships.
I've been envious of new friends that supplant old friendships.
If I'm attracted to a guy, then I really can't befriend him.Perhaps you should use the time to identify potential friends, instead.The chances of finding someone with whom you’ll share a physical spark might be similar, but perhaps you’ll walk away with a few platonic friendships, as well.Ultimately, the only way to predict physical compatibility is to meet in person.So why waste your time trying to predict it via online profiles?It just sounds like your waiting for the inevitable letdown, you know?