The thing is, there are a lot of folks out there who have passion for so many of the same things. Hobbies, gardening, animals, and so on. We are already a strong and friendly community. What would be wrong if Hubpages did go to another level. Would it lessen the quality of the postings we have the opportunity to peruse?is Probably not. In fact, perhaps it may strengthen the community. Who is to say? What would be the harm? It isn't a guy thing, nor is it a woman thing. Nor is it a right or a wrong thing. After all, isn't forum a means of opening dialogue and exploring new ideas and possibilities? Okay, that is what I have done. So, what is Your opinion.
I don't know if I could date a writer. That sounds horrible, but I feel like there would be inequality. One of us would either feel like the better writer or the worse one and it'd be I dunno... difficult. I usually feel like I'm the crap one.
I'm incredibly competitive.
Perhaps I'd date an artist or a humanities major where I do not care enough about the topic to feel that ugly competitive streak.
If I started dating someone because I met them on HubPages, I'd be fine with it. I just find it difficult seeing it actually happen since we're talking about a maximum geographical area here. A HubPages dating service probably wouldn't work for people outside of the SF Bay area unless it was accompanied by a good instructive hub on how to teleport or how to get two people to meet up on the causal plane or something like that. I don't know about everybody else, but it takes a lot to get me on an airplane.