You may have a valid point, but it is impossible to know for sure. Were you drunk when you wrote this? Not trying to be mean, but nothing you said makes any sense at all.
It's very easy to know. I do software engineering as a living. If I wanted people to actually successfully use my app to find a match then I would build so many obstacles in the way. I would also earn money by quantity, ie give them value for the money and earn by the share number of uses. Instead of having hugh fees so most people linger as free users and cannot do anything.
Try Meetup. com. It is great for both meting new friends and for find prospective romantic candidates. Just join a local Meetup that catches your interest, then ask a friend to go along with you. You can study the pictures of peoples faces and in most cases because this is not really a dating App, people tend to put their real faces in their profile. And don't be shy. If you see someone that holds your interest, use the direct text feature to get their attention. Ask them anything you want about the club. Find out if they like it and when they are going to be there. That way you are laying the foundation for a meet and greet and possibly the exchange of phone numbers.You'll know where to take it from there.
@JimmyQ Thank you! I do have the Meetup app, but unfortunately there isn't much within an hour of me that isn't an ages 40+ dinner club or a trauma group. :(
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What do you mean know how to use them?
@AJC997 Know what photos to post, what to say in bio, what to message them. Everybody thinks they know but they don't.
@coachTanthonyCan you write a my take about it?
@AJC997 I published a book on it. You want it?
send me your email address in private message.
@coachTanthony Can you tell me the name of it in Pm? I’ll search it
@AJC997 It's called The Art of Online Seduction. I will give you a PDF copy for free. Just DM me.
Could you tell us introverted, shy people what these events are or where we could find them? I have never been to or even heard of these events before. ... Not trying to be mean, I'm genuinely curious. I'm tired of being alone.
Introvert and shy is not the same thing. It is possible to be one or the other. If your both its going to be hard to simply do what I'm asking. Meet up is a good place to start when one is ready
So just go onto Meetup and find something there? Even if it scares you?
Depends how severe your shyness is. If its chronic I would work on that first. Meeting people in real life is as daunting on it's own this on top just makes it so much harder for some impossible.
Thanks for the help Revy.
Are you saying there's something wrong with autism?
@LemonadeCake No. I'm saying it's more logical.
Okay, I was just curious but I'm glad you didn't mean anything offensive. :D
I completely agree, especially because dating apps aren’t always effective. It would be more fulfilling to meet someone in person.
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What sort of interests and hobbies do you have?
You seem to confuse introvertness and shyness.
@Chase7777 I’m not confused at all. Are you? The question at hand revolves around introverts.
Introvertness doesn't mean that you can't meet people it means that you don't need it as much as a extraverted person. You confused it with shyness.
@Chase7777 People who are introverted tend to be inward turning, or focused more on internal thoughts, feelings and moods rather than seeking out external stimulation.
I'd try and start making friends first and once you have some friends then you can try and meet guys.
I think this is generally quite true.