Finding a suitable mate meant putting yourself out there and actually walking out of your house.Of course there are exceptions such as being hooked up by friends and family usually with someone who their punk asses wouldn’t date themselves : ). Well now we live in an age where convenience is king.“I should’ve taken that as a sign, but I figured it was Friday night, so I shouldn’t judge.When we met up in person, he was a [jerk] and kept asking me if I ‘liked to party.’” So a good rule of thumb is: if your date is drunk the first time you talk to him on the phone, end it there.
Posted by Stephan Labossiere in Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Dating | 27 comments There used to be a time where if you wanted a date, you had to go out and find one.
That is, until you receive a message or phone call confessing that the picture he sent wasn’t really him, and that he’s actually five years older than he claimed, but now that you’ve gotten to know him, that shouldn’t be a problem, right? The intent is to trick potential dates into falling for their “inner beauty,” but all this ruse really reveals about someone is that he’s a liar.
People who employ this tactic generally aren’t tender souls who are afraid of rejection; they’re just not confident enough to be themselves.
Gentlemen, here's a tip for you: If a woman wants to know about your masturbation habits, she'll probably ask you about them.
If you want to send a text message or email to a prospective date and suddenly find yourself overcome with the urge to discuss the aforementioned habit, think before you hit send.
Some brazen daters even post contradictory information right on their profile (“I’m really forty, even though I listed my age as thirty-five”), as justification for trying to show up in more searches for “men over six feet tall,” or “women under forty.” Presenting oneself in the best light is one thing, but outright lying is quite another.