Dating is like trying out dresses.
You won't stop until you find one that fits like a glove.
And if you decided not to buy it at that point of time because you want to see your options, you go back and think of that one perfect dress you tried on, and you found yourself back at the same store, heading to that same rack to pick up the dress that fits you.
When this happens, you know you have found the perfect date that you may want to stick with for a very long time.
It does sound pretty shallow to compare men with dresses, but why do we take it so seriously anyway? Men probably compare dating to scaling a wall/bordering.
Or some other macho equivalents.
People say that I should have no problems in getting a date. But guess what? I do. Unless I take my pick online, it's pretty much useless for me to hang around and waiting for some inexplicably 'romantic' encounter with a man in the flesh.
I guess that's only reserved for the very gorgeous and pretty.