He's a professional swimmer with an athletic body, and he wants children.Sounds like a real catch -- especially if you're a female penguin looking to settle down with the right feathered fellow.There are only about 10,000 pairs of Humboldt penguins left in the wild and they're found in coastal areas of Chile and Peru.Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park cites habitat destruction, over-fishing and climate change as factors in the penguins becoming endangered.I considered investing, or buying lotto tickets, or selling arts-and-crafts on Etsy, but none of them quite have the lazy-appeal of being paid to go out to dinner.So, in the interest of exploring all possible avenues of personal finance, I’ve done what my mum always said I should do when faced with a tricky decision and made a list of pros and cons.Stef Safran, a Chicago-based matchmaker, says that if a guy claims he's not looking for a long-term relationship right now, you should believe him.There's a chance he may just be keeping you around to quell his loneliness.“If he tells you this once, listen to it,” says Safran.
You delicately shovel caviar into your mouth from well manicured fingertips, and sip a glass of champagne.
A tell-tale sign of a lonely guy is if he's April Masini, a New York-based relationship expert, says if he has no plans for the week or weekend, you're probably just a distraction from it all.“You may be great, and he may be, too — but he may be with you because he doesn't have anything else going on,” says Masini.
“You've become Default Girl.”If you can tell that you're his only source of activity, consider that a bad sign.
After continuous texting with the same guy for weeks, you've come to conclude that his repetitive AWOL nature may be due to one thing: He's only into you because he's lonely.
As dating has turned into a world of left and right swipes done when we're bored, people are taking those matches for granted.