So I sent out a message on OKC yesterday, to that one woman in Toronto. She had emailed me earlier, asking me out for a date on her very first email, and I was all 'Who are you?'
Things weren't clicking, in large part because of her need to manage the conversation, instead of letting things flow naturally. She would insist that I go back to answer some question that she had asked in an earlier email, and I had no idea what she was talking about -- we'd moved on.
And if it isn't there, it isn't there. So I sent out an email saying that I didn't feel a click, but thanks for reaching out in the first place, and good luck in your search.
She then deleted her account entirely.
Whatever. I am not responsible for anyone else's happiness.
Given the general oddity of our exchanges, I'm somewhat relieved. Knowing that she's no longer on the system watching me is, yes, a relief.
At our age, it's only us weirdos left looking for dates. And some weirdos are just not going to be compatible, and probably more often than with normal people. (As an unfounded guess, I wouldn't be surprised if she was high-functioning autistic, given her results-oriented nature. But who knows?) Funny, I remember this woman from my last stint on OKC, and I remember that things didn't work out for some reason, but I couldn't for the life of me tell you what that reason was.