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*like having a new friend
Exactly so tiring😰😰😰
Hehe 🙌 let's see who gets the 1 first 😛😜🤪
i hate getting to know someone lol
Can't you try to do something that feels more like you're getting to know them instead of it feeling like a date? I feel like the date feeling is fairly subjective.
I'd actually prefer that. I'd actually rather it evolve from almost a friendship type of thing first. But I know with all this "friend zone" talk sends people into panic mode.
Maybe I have a different view but I don't think being friends affects if a person would have interest in someone. The friend zone to me is knowing that I would only see them as a friend due to various incompatibilities. It can be hard to start something just as friends though because it's easier to get time around the person if being direct with intentions. I think there can be a way to take the dating process slower to where you feel like you're building a friendship while seeing if you like the person. That's what I've mostly done because it feels the most natural and comfortable. You shouldn't even have to worry about things like kissing unless it feels right and good. I agree that some guys would feel majorly insult by that though. Telling them upfront you want to take things slow could help though.
You're absolutely right. But I feel like that's part of the reason why things didn't progress after the first date. Either that or I was meeting the wrong type of guy. I'm not sure. That was a while ago. I'm working on myself now and hoping if it happens, it will come up naturally.
I thought you were serious with someone. That didn't work out I guess?
I was serious with someone but it was not a healthy relationship.
Oh I'm sorry to hear that. From my observation I thought you two seemed to have rare compatibly.
We were pretty compatible but there was a lot that wasn't as it seemed.
Yeah sometimes people look great on paper, but there are non-harmonious clashes that can kill everything. Finding the right person is no joke. I think it can come down to respect and some leeway for agreeableness. That person has to be thought of as worth it though.
you seem like a good guy. Not many of you on these dating apps. Hope it works out for you! A tip I have is to try to look them up on instagram or facebook after you talk to them for a bit. find out their town/school or something and you can always match it up with their first name. that way you can see if they really look like their dating app pics
@whitepearls101 I did that. She did a very good job at hiding herself. She’s very photogenic. Also she only recently lets herself go (in the last few months). We are still chatting and she wants hang out again. I keep looking at what she COULD be if she quit the party lifestyle she recently took up.
I know my original post was a bit negative. But I think most women don’t realize that dating for guys is NOT the same as it is for women. Women are much more picky on dating apps and in general. We don’t a fraction as many matches as they do.
Sounds like a good idea in theory but it would become a rhing like "Angie's List" once few bad apples get through... i mean rhat certification is only as good as the fairh people put in it.
I'll say as a guy we can't tell. To me it feels like women want the opposite and are annoyed by guys.