Frankly, I’m a fan of the little white lie that hurts no one.

Believe me, I’ve been on the other side of women who let me know just what they thought about me – even if I didn’t ask.

How about not having a terribly uncomfortable and unnecessary conversation?

How about not hashing out the whys and the hows after only one date?

What do you do when you hit it off with someone in an email correspondence and in phone conversations, and then when you meet you find them unattractive? Plus, there’s nothing to learn from “there’s no chemistry.” It’s not like she could go back into the lab and work on that minor issue for her next date.

It’s not the kind of thing you can just come out and say, “I didn’t feel the chemistry,” because it means you didn’t like how they look. Some photos are just not how people really look, and while I don’t think they are misrepresenting themselves, it creates a problem. The only reason I see fit to offer my thoughts is if someone asks for genuine constructive feedback.

And once you’ve been told to your face by a date, “I’m just not attracted to you,” you start seeing the value in moving on via email…Evan, what kind of ‘constructive feedback’ did you give when asked?

I’d be suspicous of someone’s motives for asking such a question. All it means is that you have to be a little attracted to the person in order for there to be sexual chemistry.That being said, luckybiatch is exactly right when she said that the personality of a person makes them better looking. This series presents researchers and advanced students in chemistry and chemical engineering with the ideas and results that are most promising for the development of new chemical products and technology.I'd like to better understand radiocarbon dating, however, I do not know what resources I must use in this regard. Either you’re going to blow them off or they’re going to blow you off.