Date: 2018-03-06 22:56
I also ignore or block creepy messages for which I get a lot. If you're okay looking and you message me about something we're both interested in I will reply. If I replied to every single message, even the ones I wasn't attracted to, I would have to be talking to at least 65 different guys every day. And they would probably continue talking to me for a week at least. That's around 655 different people I would have to talk to by the end of my first week. Almost all of those guys will probably be ones I'm not interested in so why would I bother? It will be a waste of time for both of us.
My first message is from someone I recognise and share Facebook friends with. He’s wishing he could fly away to sunshine and golden beaches with me and moves quite quickly on to what oil I’d like for our candlelit bath… No, I’m not ready for this. I prefer Rajiv, who likes my “elegant and sophisticated look” and is looking for stimulating conversation. OK, sure! He works close by and we arrange to meet.
The technology is not the problem. The same thing exists whether online or off. For example, Eric's major problem is attempting to present himself as a "nice guy" even it happens that he is one. Single females are not looking for him. They want the guy who will treat them poorly, beat them physically or emotionally, imprison them without bars, enslave them without chains, etc. The only ones looking for the nice guy are already married to the bad boy who have done the above and only now realize that isn't what they should have been looking for. I have watched the same thing over and over again for decades. That aspect of the game has never changed, only the venue from face-to-face meetings in bars, clubs, schools and other physical locations and events to Match and eHarmony.
For me to even attempt to have my male mind understand what a woman really wants and put into text would be a disservice to us 'll just say I truly believe every woman is entirely unique (aka the diamond) beautiful, and flawed in their own way.
One in every ten American adults has used an online dating site or a mobile dating app. We refer to these individuals throughout this report as “online daters,” and we define them in the following way:
I wish they would like me for my big cock and then we could have judgement free orgasms granted they can commit fully to not getting pregged.
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One guy sent me this message: "You are so hot. I can make sure you are kept well dressed and have all the latest handbags. All you have to do is give it to me whenever I want it."
I've tried POF and am currently using OkCupid. I've gotten to speak with a few women, but only have met one outside of the digital world and we found that we didn't really connect. Which is my main problem thus far with the sites lack of connection. I can think of plenty of reasons why women wouldn't respond to me, but for those who do, we just can't seem to connect. Eventually, we seem to run out of things to chat about, and the conversations die off.
Why don’t reply? NOT because we are “princesses on our throne” or rude b*tches in the cat-bird seat. Far from it. One, we aren’t the ones who, as you put it, are “set up to be shallow.” Sister, please. Yes, I admit, we too have eyes and are attracted to someone good looking but guess what? It ISN’T OUR PRIMARY MOTIVATING FACTOR. And with men, it is. Period.