It's always nice to find people who experienced something similar.
My admirers seemed to be within /- 10 years of my age.
Among the guys who smiled at me were a DJ, an accountant, a graphic designer/animator, someone in construction, and a physical therapist.
And then, of course, there’s the relatability factor.
I moved to the US in my early teens (oh hey, adolescence), and it was devastating to leave behind the friends I’d had since childhood.
(Fellow Asians, you know what I’m talking about.) So, here’s a quick rundown of things you should know about EME: The sign-up process is relatively painless. There are separate sections for messages, smiles, and visitors, and a little notification badge appears if you’ve received any of these.
You basically provide all of the info that you want to include in your dating profile, such as your interests, body type, faith, and education. There’s also a “favorites” page, where you can save profiles that you like for quick viewing later on.
From there, you can start messaging each other to see if there’s a connection and see where it goes.
In addition to checking out the people who have smiled at you, you can also see who's visited your profile in the “Visitors” section.
I couldn’t help but feel a small boost in confidence, even though I knew that some of these guys probably smiled at every woman who signed up. If we already know each other and you make a typo, that’s one thing. Reader, he smiled back and after a few chats online, I’ve decided to meet him for coffee.
(By the way, you can disable the email alerts if you’re not about that instant gratification.) And then I began to receive actual messages. But if you’re writing something that’s going to be my first impression of you, you better damn well take the time to make sure it’s properly written. Next, I’ll be writing a review on the EME mobile app, so stay tuned!
(Tell that to my mother.) Although the US and Canada are the main countries, you can search for singles in tons of other places.