Internet dating advice guys
There are sites that are specifically about that kind of thing, so why you would waste time and money on sites or parts of websites that are not about casual sex is baffling. BUT WE’RE MARRIED AND HAVE HAD A LOT OF SEX WITH EACH OTHER ALREADY. What if you read her profile and discovered what she was interested in, as well as what she wasn’t up for, and chose who to connect with based on that?Not only are you wasting your time, but you’re wasting the time of other people and coming off as a total creep in the process. Did I say anything remotely sexual the night we met? What if you, based on reading her profile, opened the conversation with something you know is interesting to her rather than just “Hey,” or some cheesy pickup line?
Approach that work colleague you always thought was kinda cute? And once you do score a date, what should you expect in terms of s-e-x? I start chatting with a guy and quickly he gets suggestive. Me making sexually suggestive remarks within minutes of meeting her would have meant I’d have had the chance for it to go further.I deflect and tell him I’m not looking to jump into that. I know a lot of these women I see complaining about online dating, and they’re awesome. They are women who qualify as “a real catch.” And they complain a lot about the creepy men who overwhelm their dating profiles with their horndog commentary and their dick pics.For instance, does “loves sports” mean you’re up for cross-country skiing and white-water rafting, or is it a declaration that every weekend is devoted to channel-surfing the pro and college games? Potential dates skimming your profile are more likely to respond to specifics.
Believe me, it’s a much better strategy than scheduling a coffee date and finding you have little or nothing in common.My relationship predates the advent of internet dating.