Comment below what sport you think I played in college! The OG YouTube subscribers will know! Also just released another spring break video where I did some of the comments you guys left me to do! Go watch my story for a sneak peak! 📸 @nylenayga #basketball #ballislife #fitness #fit #aesthetics #fitfam #fitlifeA post shared by Connor Murphy (@connormurphyofficial) on Apr 1, 2019 at 7:56am PDTI'm not even joking. And that's okay. And while some of you might disagree (it's a question after all) or get really down about this because you don't look like that -- well, guess what. That's dumb because you could. Everybody starts somewhere... Any guy can with the right level of hardwork, money for food, and commitment plus determination. If you aren't in a gym now, you're wasting your time. Just my opinion.
I previously compared facial asthetics in Tinder social experiments to see if better looking guys got more matches. They do, but not a lot and probably not from girls who just want to fuck immediately. And that's what we want, right? (Of course).
So, I think this really does settle it. This is the trick to get what you want when you sign up for Tinder, in my opinion. The rest need not apply.
What do you think?
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I dont really understand what do you mean win? Like there is no prize, its just about finding a person that suits your needs. There is no real competition to "win" something. That mentality is terrible.
Second, obviously we all care about looks... to a certain extent. If you look like a model, sure it won't hurt but a lot is about personal preferance too. I personally dont find that guy attractive.
Third, it really depends what are you there for... finding your soulmate, finding fuck buddy... looking to just hook up etc. Therefore you present ysf in a way that will make give you more odds to get what you want. But generally guys are getting rejected for being creepy, having no personality-being boring etc. And you may look good but a person can still not be physicaly attracted to you nor are looks everything; you also may be interesting person but not to everybody. Like, too much guys also act like any gilr that give them a chance they would go for her. But would you really? If a girl is obese/ugly etc. cmon, like get some self respect and dating is generally hard since you have to fnid someone attractive to you with who you also get along with, there was never a recepie to get love, nobody yet found it anyway
I think this opinion is really helpful.
When I set out to make Tinder my goal was to get as many matches as possible, and then hookup with as many if my matches as I possibly could. It didn't matter to me much who they were as people because if I didn't like them enough n the first place I wouldn't have swiped right. Basically, if I swipe right I'm down to take my odds and meetup (but I'm a nearly 200 lb male so I'm not especially concerned for my safety).
The conversation isn't necessary to me really, but girls seem to like talking about something first.
What I noticed is that you wrote someone singular* but I was in it for plurality from thevery get go. I wanted to boost my numbers, not because I convinced myself I wanted to date anyone but just by being honest and going to an app that people said was for hookups.
This is the one part of the opinion I disagree with a little bit: "But would you really? If a girl is obese/ugly etc. cmon, like get some self respect."
On the one hand, people say to lower standards but on the other we are told to have self-respect. In my mind, self respect is getting laid instead of masturbating. Masturbating all the time rather than put in effort is lack of self-respect in my opinion.
"dating is generally hard since you have to fnid someone attractive to you with who you also get along with." I don't really need the conversation aspect too much. My goal is to gain life experience sexually. Personalities are all mostly good enough except for someone who is abusive. The rest? I'm probably good.
The paradox is that women have all the things I was looking for: the ability to get lots of matches with many different people, and the ability to meetup with many by being direct.
It's funny really, how the two sides want opposite things. It almost doesn't even make sense, as if they weren't meant to go together. You'd think they'd both have the same objectives and be on the same page. That would just be logical.
Ultimately, my sucess on the app has been abysmal.
I've been stood up twice, got three numbers, sexted + nudes once, and got two meetup offers redacted bevause I was deemed too far away.
Actual meetups in real life? 0. Number of actual in person dates? 0.
In all I got less than 500 matches total over two years, and maintain around 115 matches at any given time. For the vast majority of my matches, I am ignored.
And that has been my Tinder experience.
you talk like personality doesn't really matter
every person is complax
and most people actually look for something deeper than to just satisfy their physical needs
Well, I don't expect to meet good people on Tinder. I only want to experiment and see what different girls feel like, and find someone hot.
I think I've mybe met like only three women on Tinder that I thought 'wow. She's actually amazing.'
That's not what the app is for is it?
i think people dont use tinder just for hook up which can also be evidnet in your experience since your experience wasn't as you expected
Well, yes and no. I think I get rejected by tge people who do use it that way and then ignored by the people who don't when I attempt to use it that way with them.