1. Call other men "Beta males" to make yourself look tough. It doesn't make you look tough, it makes you look like an over-compensating, insecure wannabe. I often imagine a highschool kid who goes to gym just to post a selfie of his shirtless body onto Facebook because no one cares enough to compliment him in reality. Just don't do it. No one actually cares whether a man is beta or alpha, you don't get brownie points for calling others this to bring attention to yourself. It doesn't work
2. Call women "females" or a different "species" right before flattering us. Putting us on a higher pedestal isn't right, nor does anyone like a suck-up. It's more so creepy and confusing as we normally don't think of segregating ourselves from you.
3. Showing aggression to other men to assert dominance, or calling other women ugly sluts to compliment the girl you want. Screaming unnatural, unnecessary, unfriendly & locked-up child vibes here. Considering we have friends of both sexes that you're being rude to, and you're acting like you hate everyone but us, it's pretty obvious why this doesn't work, and yet, it's a common go-to move.
4. Posting pictures of yourself at the gym with a stern (constipated?) expression. I mean, I get wanting to look tough, because men are constantly told to act dominant/masculine, but the frown doesn't actually get the ladies. If anything, I've heard more girls say they like a boy's smile, and I can confirm I've never heard "I love that look he gives me when he wants to stab me... Or perhaps reach for more laxatives".
5. Walk up to 10 girls and ask each of them out, then come online and say women are sluts who just want to be beat up by abusers. I assure you, none of the long-lasting couples I know started with a man going up to women for their looks & started a marathon of asking them out. They were all co-workers, knew each other through social groups and once they experienced an intimate/close bond, they THEN started asking each other out. I don't know why people who don't get out much think a random girl on the street is your best chance of success. It isn't. Actually being apart of events, social groups, being active in the community & work/volunteering are some of the best ways to meet someone, GET TO KNOW THEM FOR WHO THEY ARE, and then date. You don't date for the sake of dating; you meet someone, like them, then want to be with them. If you wanted to shop for a girl, then go do just that. Don't expect it in a random girl you don't know who doesn't sleep around for money or primarily concerned with getting you laid.
& If love is what you want, why would asking out a million pretty girls you don't know be the answer?
I wish you all the best.