Dating profiles that “prefer not to say”.

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The first time I truly grasped the meaning of, “life’s not fair” was when I was 12 years old. That was the day I was told I probably wouldn’t grow any taller, and that my chest would not probably not get any bigger than that of my Aunt – the one known for her personality.

Since then I’ve come up against much injustice.

 

Carrying one teeny item over to the presumably “fast” self-serve area of a grocery store only to find yourself behind the one person in the world who doesn’t know how to slide an item over a scanner – is not fair.

 

William Shatner getting an endless supply of work – even as an All-Bran spokesperson, which is about as ludicrous as hiring Keith Richards to rep athletic gear – is not fair.

That Sarah Palin had the nickname, “Caribou Barbie”, long before I knew about it, thus denying me months of belly laughs – is not fair.

 

But what really chaps my backside is the fact that online dating sites let men and women choose the option, “prefer not say”, when it comes to answering deal-breaking, life-changing questions such as, “Do you want kids, “Do you have kids”.  However, they don’t provide that option when it comes to revealing your age.  Personally, I would prefer not to say.

 

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