Discussion in 'EtcetEra' started by hydrophilic attack, Nov 6, 2018.
2 of my past gfs have been cold approaches. I'll never stop.
I think I am out of bingos. Good job, gentlemen.
"My ex's mean I can harass all women"
Also stop assuming every woman is heterosexual.
if you're traveling abroad, you could even cold approach a stranger and ask them to take a picture of you in front of some landmark (and not ask any more than that of them)
Don’t do this. Don’t ever do this. This is the scariest fucking thing imaginable and I’m not even a woman.
Like, if you don't have friends dating should not be a priority in your head.
Something else might never stop as well.
This as well. My daughter will never give a guy her number. She will never go out on a date with him. She will never be interested, and cold approaching like that will only make her feel uncomfortable, since she simply isn't into men.
If I'm understanding what people here are saying correctly, because of the difference in power and size between the typical man and the typical woman and because of the difference in statistics of violent crimes committed by men compared to violent crimes committed by women, there may be a difference in how people would feel about being approached out of the blue by you, and how they would fell about being approached out of the blue by men
(Sorry for mansplaining)
I would not ask a gaming board about normal social interactions. Half of ya'll likely find talking to the GameStop clerk and turning down their rewards card sales pitch a traumatic experience.
Talk about one thing but they have to make it about them because they feel attacked.
i'm not a woman but i would be perfectly okay if i never spoke to another human being outside of my immediate family, so i try to treat people the same way.
Red flags dude.
Personally I don't mind, mostly because the kind of men that do that generally tend to be the most laughably transparent men ever and so I'm just like....man this is so awkward and cringy.
I guess it might work on some people, so more power to them. I can't imagine myself ever dating a person who, in my view, had so little respect for relationships that they're Tindering real life. (The only Tinder addicted dude I know IRL is really insecure and is someone I would never date.)
Lol you don't need group photos for a successful dating profile. If you have zero friends that's going to come out in conversation on the first date anyway, she'll know if you don't do anything social at all.
like the wood chipper"?
Nerd pandering basically.
I'd recommend the self confidence blogs on their to half the people in here who seem to hate themselves.
In retrospect, no one asked me. The thread said "women of era". I'm out of line, I'm sorry y'all!
like the wood, chipper
"Well is being uncomfortable that bad"?
For dating, friends are important because they can show someone that you are a functioning person capable of maintaining healthy relationships in your life. They show that you are the type of person people enjoy calling a friend. They show that you won't be fully dependent on a dating partner for all your emotional needs and that you will have other things to do in your life when the two of you aren't meeting up so that you aren't overly clingy. Besides what having friends demonstrates, friends can ALSO turn into potential dating partners, which is why I said it was a win-win.