He was born in Chicago, and is the son of educator Dr.Mahalia Ann Hines and Lonnie Lynn, an ABA basketball player turned youth counselor.
More and more, we’re finding our jobs, our cars, and our homes online – and we’re also finding love.
If you’re outside someone’s age or location range, don’t make contact.
If you’re a pet lover and a profile catches your eye, don’t reach out if that person is allergic to cats.
Going with one of the free dating websites like Plenty of Fish might seem like a no-brainer instead of paying for a membership with Match, but generally members of paid websites are more serious about finding a relationship.
Your results aren’t guaranteed either way, but you could find yourself wasting a lot of time if you don’t consider shelling out a few bucks for a short-term subscription.
He was taken aback and asked what made me think that. What had happened to me has often happened to you, too. Here I break down the most common online dating lies that you can expect to experience. The other way to tell is to test if their references are off. If pictures only include face shots or no CLEAR full-body shots, you’re probably being scammed about their body. You should also look to see if their pictures are all from the same angle/pose/selfie/position. Daters often lie about their location because where they live is either undesirable or they don’t want to be known in their own town.