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With that many people at our fingertips, dating has become a game of quantity over quality.
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Set up for disappointment David Konopacz is fed up with online dating, saying he often feels he’s been duped once he meets a woman face-to-face. Paul luxury car salesman admits that the “thrill of the chase” usually ends in disappointment.