If you use dating apps and actually try to have a conversation on there you’ve lost. Make it a point to get her number. Mention you don’t stay on the app long and set up a physical location to meet. Don’t send conversational texts. If she makes an excuse then she didn’t want you she wanted the number of guys who swiped right for her ego. Till next time….
@Hockman9, pretty true. Most of em will be a waste of time tbh just keep it moving.
@Hockman9, was on dating apps on and off for two years before I met my fiancé on one of them...you are absolutely correct
@Hockman9, please don’t encourage this. I don’t give out my number on dating sites and I do not make plans to meet any time soon after matching. I like to feel comfortable that a guy is not a creep. Most dating apps don’t allow you to send pics and it seems like as soon as I give out my number, no matter how nice the guy has acted previously, I instantly start getting unsolicited dick pics. And I really don’t want to take the chance of some creep following me home after meeting up with someone I’ve only known for two days. This doesn’t mean I just want likes for my ego. I’m just trying to protect myself. I’ve had nightmare experiences as have a lot of women. Just because they won’t hand you their number or meet with you doesn’t mean they’re just there for their ego. I have many lengthy conversations via dating apps that have led to dates and long relationships without meeting right away and without giving my number.
@Murrmaider, You have free will sister. You can choose to allow only those who message you for a week and tell you everything you want or need to know before meeting or pursue a relationship. I, as a man, do not need or advise any man to do that. If men want to freely choose to do what you enjoy, go ahead. I am telling men who tend to over talk or text a girl, to not do that and instead meet (public place for both parties to feel safe and open to meet) and naturally get to know them. The dating app is to recognize there is a person interested in you like you would at a bar or event. Im telling the guy to bring that situation into a frame that he and the girl can both interact on more than an intellectual and emotional level. Physical interaction and connection is key. That’s what my suggestion is for men. You can restrict yourself however you feel comfortable. You will find guys who are willing to submit to your way. That’s cool, wish you the best
So… :) is too much but 😍 is fine?
Bitch, you cray cray
@I Are Lebo, @I Are Lebo, well... yes, but her reasoning makes *some* sense. You see, when your phone is locked, you don't see your messages *to* someone, only what you receive. If a girl, like her assumedly, is looking to cheat on mentioned boyfriend, she knows bland and boring looking texts from someone new might not arouse suspicion and if it does, it's more easily poo-pooed (i.e. "Oh! That's just Sam, the newbie at work!"). If the individual uses emojis/smilies in reply, she's more likely to be caught.
She's still toxic and awful af but not illogical
@Sven and Otar, trying to work through that absolute bramble of pseudo logic gave me a headache.
@I Are Lebo, it's just her being smart about being a cvnt essentially
@Sven and Otar, I see nothing smart about her words
@Sven and Otar, I didn’t put it together until now, but now I understand. She’s cheating and wants randos online to help with that.
If I saw this, I’d wait until like 1am and message “thanks for last night, babe. It was incredible.”
Just respond with "😍😍😍"
This is just two terrible talking to each other so nothing really lost to me.