Don’t Waste Your Time With Online Dating – Nothing Will Come From It
Online dating has never been bigger. Gone are the AOL chat rooms with people asking ASL. Now, if you want to meet someone,
just load up one of your multiple dating apps, and poof! A gorgeous woman will appear for you on your screen, then in person.
Ahhh….wait, what? Not so easy is it?
While it’s technically never been easier to meet someone thanks to all these dating apps, the reality is, it’s actually a lot harder for men now to meet women.
The problem with online dating is that any guy can get on there. With a snap of a photo from your phone, load up an app (or multiple) set up your profile in a matter of minutes, and then all done. So now every man with a pulse is online. Many are idiots, many are sending dick pictures (seriously, why!?!?).
Online is the one place where women act like men when viewing a potential dating partner.
Forget your personality, let’s see what your photos look like, and they better be top notch. And, frankly, with so many options for women,
many of them either leave the online dating world, or you end up with the women you’re just not attracted to.
Your best bet at finding a mate is approaching a woman in person.
Terrifying, I realize, but realize this, that most men cannot do this. Even the men that you see that look like models, many of them are riddled with anxiety if they have to approach a woman. How many times a day do you think a gorgeous woman gets approached? 5? 10? 20? How many times a day do you think she gets her inbox filled up with dudes going “hey”, “hi”, “what’s up”, “here’s my dick”.
The Little Secret
The times she gets approached in person (and here’s the dirty little secret), it’s by guys who have hired a dating coach. They’re not really looking to date her (some are), they’re just practicing. Nothing wrong with that, but women aren’t idiots, and after a couple of the same routines they’ve figured out what’s going on.
Be a gentleman, dress well, smell nice, go out, and just approach and say “Hi, I couldn’t help but notice you, I’m Eric, how’s your day?”