This is a story of 2 boys who create a super cool woman.The most funny thing is that these boys are total losers. Lisa - the cool fictional woman - teaches them how to become popular and brings out their best qualities.Two unpopular teenagers, Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, fail at all attempts to be accepted by their peers.Their desperation to be liked leads them to "create" a woman via their computer."I have been afraid to tell my friends I have gone online to meet men." -- Mary, reader, April 10, 2001 "Your book was the "push" I needed to get online and start the process of meeting new people." -- Susan, reader, April 5, 2001 Christy Clement (right) is a teacher.She met her soul mate online and is now married to him. Christy enjoys reading, inline skating, and movies. A single mom, she enjoys travel, photography, reading, dancing, and learning yoga.She is having fun meeting interesting, eligible men online.Wired Not Weird: A Woman's Guide To Dating Online begins with a ominous disclaimer: the reader must assume all responsibility for personal decisions or actions, regardless of whether they are influenced by reading this book.
The typical reason being, “that’s who I’m more attracted to.” But again, the “sex appeal boundary” gets pushed out further and further as women in their 50’s and 60’s find themselves as public sex symbols. Is it wise for a woman of 55 to consider a relationship with a man who is 65 or 70?If you have approach anxiety when it comes to meeting strangers in person, online dating gives you all the time you need to calm down and send that message.You can be as picky as you like, using various search functions and filters to ensure that you find that 5’9″ tall blonde Farsi speaking Zoroastrian of your dreams.You have control over the impression you want to deliver, from that perfect photo to the charming and witty dating profile that captures and holds their attention.Of course, there’s nothing quite so frustrating when you put all of that effort into your profile and start sending out all of those messages… In fact, that’s the reason why so many men quit online dating entirely; who wants to expend all of that emotional energy only to get kicked in the metaphorical nuts by that empty inbox every time you log in? Well, to mangle an old saying: once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times means you’re doing something wrong.