This works because: 1) Girls can’t recognize height, especially short girls.2) A woman forgives you all, in her loins’ tingly thrall. You should be athletic anyways, because you , but do it no matter what you look like.I refuse to be morally high-roaded about this in an online dating culture where women clearly believe that: Remember, men, there is no Geneva convention in online dating. The ideal POF profession is to throw out some vague, ambiguous, undefined, semi-playful bullshit, but combine it with other obvious markers of status. Be reticent and embarrassed when she presses for details, and turn the conversation to more playful topics. It’s an imperceptible boredom with the dating scene. The faintest, most remote whispering of a hope that maybe, maybe, maybe, this girl sitting across from me is the one who will inspire me to give up the game.So, describe your job like you don’t have one, but list your education as Ph D/professional designation and look wealthy and well-traveled in your photos. This is such a common female fantasy, its a trope of romantic comedies.
Lying in the course of a seduction is always a fun idea. Unless you are between 6’2 and 6’5, you must lie about your height.How does one effectively deceive in the digital age? Should a craving arise, you can instantly, in the middle of the night, begin new games with strangers in Ireland, Sydney, Ohio -- wherever a fellow word slut fiends for a fix.With dizzying ways to hookup, date or do some "networking," it's easy to get sucked into the vortex of potential pleasure inside your pocket. Scrabble ranks right up there with Zumba as a relatively healthy addiction, but it's not as innocent as it may appear.An acquaintance I know spent a month failing brutally at online dating. Hint at a sordid past and a dutiful future, even if neither is the case.
He’s an engineer, and foolish blue pill chump that he is, thinks that women would rather fuck a guy who designs supersonic aircraft than a welfare bum or a serial killer. Here is your opening email: If nothing comes to mind, send the above excerpt verbatim, [ ] and all.
I suggested he change his title to “it’s complicated” and his response rate tripled. Tell them you work in IT and they’ll picture you doing tech support at a nursing home. If she responds with reasonable enthusiasm, give her a friendly response with some light qualification. Let her make the effort, and cut her off if she’s lazy.