ok so I am 21 and I have never had a girlfriend. I posted on a certain website forum in tthis thing called a "rate thread" and got a lot of negative reception from the ladies. I didn't think much of it at first and assumed it was trolling, but after that I tried a few dating sites like Tinder and OkCupid and had absolutely no luck at all. This leaves me questioning how much a guy's appearance REALLY matters when it comes to dating oand stuff like that. I'm looking for completely honest feedback on how I look. Is there anything that I am doing wrong that could use improvement? If so, please let me know!
This is me, you will have to copy and paste the link. also, sometimes it shows with a space between the. and the com, so you may have to delete it.: imgur. com/a/71Jc9
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You look very cute, especially when you smile, remember attraction is relative.
as someone who's done online dating, 75 -80% of the people on there are only looking at your face and body objectively. These are shallow people, and I was one of them. I would pick these buff attractive men, then have terrible dates where we didn't click at all, and sex was brought up, over and over again. My current fiance messaged me, and honestly I replied because his grammar was perfect. I wasn't interested at first, because his photo didn't catch my eye.
I was open to going on a date with him, so I let it happen, most girls however, will shut you down immediately for not being "their type" let them pass, they're being shallow anyway. In order to make online dating work, message any and every girl that catches your eye, and simply tell them so. NOT HI or HEY, but an actual message. "Hey, my name is blah, and I think your hair is stunning, how are you today? " that tells her you think she's pretty (girls like being told they're pretty) and that you're interested more in her than just her vag.
a girl on a dating website will get 2million "Heeeeyyyyyy ;)" messages, be different, and show a little personality, something to show you don't just want a fuck.0