O-k here's the scenario: I'm new to San Antonio; I already have a job, don't have much free time and would like to meet someone. What direction do I go in? Do I follow up on San Antonio personal ads - many of which are free but also fake, or do I invest some money into a matchmaking firm that promises to find "compatible" companionship for me. At least four or five matches or whatever the going rate is for the amount of money I'm paying?
In theory anyway, San Antonio matchmakers should have an advantage over blind San Antonio personal ads because the matchmaking firm has someone who acts as a relationship mediator. A sort of love-broker if you will. They've seen you in person, they've seen the other person live and in the flesh so they can judge at least to an extent how you two lovebirds will get along. With a San Antonio personal ad, you're kind of rolling the dice. All you have to go by is the photo you see and the bio you read. And like previously mentioned, both the photo and the bio can be fake, exaggerated and certainly won't list that individual's less desirable habits. Hmm...another reason to perhaps follow up on the San Antonio matchmaking gig and not San Antonio personal ads. Plus the matchmaker gets feedback from the San Antonio singles after they've made their initial meeting.
To test my theory I decided to check out both venues for companionship. The San Antonio personal ads that I checked out were interesting. I never quite understood why some of these sites only give you a sort of "top ten" of San Antonio singles. What happened to the other hundred candidates? I guess I have to pay for that privilege. Anyway, what I happened to notice and this certainly isn't all-inclusive is that quite a few of these young women on quite a few of these sites sure look familiar. I'm not saying I know them because I've never tried to meet anyone using San Antonio personal ads before. I just have this feeling that these girls in the photos aren't the girls I'm actually reading about. And another thing - I'm trying to meet San Antonio singles so why are there all these women from Russia popping in?
At the other end of the spectrum is the San Antonio matchmaker. The few sites I checked looked legitimate. I mean, if I can actually go into the matchmaker's office and talk to the owner and see her photo's and then meet the girls, then that's a good thing right? It seems that for the money spent I will get something back on my investment. And that's what it is when you're rolling the dice with a San Antonio personal ad or matchmaker. You're investing time and money (well, mostly money) with the hopes of meeting someone who wants to have some fun.
And speaking of money, the money spent on the matchmaker is about what you'd spend on a night out (well... a night out with a French whore anyway). Ok, so it's a little steep, but can you really put a price tag on finding the girl of your dreams? Of course not. My goal - being new to the San Antonio - was to meet some San Antonio singles. Having said that, I think my money will be better spent with a matchmaker. And who knows, it might lead to something or someone special!