Online Dating Made Simple

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Online dating is an interesting conglomeration of supply and demand. The demand in this case is love and unfortunately there is an overabundance of supply - simply put there's too many girls selling the same qualities. "I enjoy long walks on the beach, movies, traveling and music." I mean seriously, who doesn't? Online dating, contrary to what you might believe, is not painless and is not easy. It can be cutthroat and so you must advertise yourself in a way that will allow yourself to stand out from your peers.

One of the most important preparatory steps you should take is to do your research. Many people omit this crucial step, but think about the implications. There are many online dating websites, each cultured to a certain niche of people. You want to be attracting people of a similar demographic to yourself and so if you go about putting immense effort into a certain website, but it turns out they are of a totally different age group, you just wasted a good amount of time that you could have spent doing something much more productive.

When you fashion your profile, realize that when he contacts you, eventually he will meet you in person. So do not pretend to be somebody you're not! Because eventually if things do get serious, he will realize it's not true. If you don't enjoy watching basketball, don't write "I love sports" simply because most guys do. You want to show them a real version of you. Put your best qualities forward. Are you always fun and cheerful? Instead of writing, "I'm a fun person to be around", you could write, "You will love me in your life." Not only does it convey confidence, it's almost challenging potential daters to date you. Couple this with a cute profile picture of you and a friend, they will be thinking, "Wow, what a cute and fun girl."

However, there are the pitfalls of being lured in by a predator. Online dating allows a precise vulnerability - anonymity. This anonymity can anyone to create a false persona in an image of their choosing. If you find yourself seemingly divulging extremely personal information, be on your guard. People are often not who they say they are. Is he trying to meet you in shady locations? Is he very guarded in the amount of information he gives to you? Consider crossing him off your list. The world is vast beyond belief. It is of epic proportions and as such, the amount of good men out there is equally large. Don't get discouraged by not getting results in the short run because probability's money says you will find him sooner or later. It is always better to be safe than sorry. Of course it is always very difficult to rein yourself in when you think you've met the perfect guy, but that's the thing. Nobody's perfect.

Suggested free e-books to read:

Joseph Matthews - Meeting Dating And Seducing Women
Brian Caniglia - Online Dating Secrets

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Field Report Fake Number

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It happens to every PUA, right? You meet some girl at a bar, have a conversation and number close thinking you'll talk to her again in a couple of days. Then you try calling or texting and you find out you've been duped. Even though several female friends have admitted giving guys fake numbers to spare their feelings, I never thought it would happen to me. Of all the numbers closes I've made, I've never had a fake number. Well, it finally happened to me and I've been trying to figure out what led to her giving me a fake number. I understand why I woman would give a guy a fake number, to save them from rejection, but I'd rather have a woman be honest with me. You be the judge. Check out my field report and tell me what you think.

On my first night out of 2011 I went to a local karaoke bar. I wasn't expecting any approachable sets to be there but I went anyways to meet some friends. My assumption was dead on because the bar was filled with middle aged people. After a couple of drinks an old friend shows up with his girlfriend and two of her cousins, one of which was a solid HB8. She was about 5'3", slender, with shoulder length hair and a nice smile. The four of them went across the bar to a table. Later in the night a friend tells me the HB8 wants to meet me and that I should go over and introduce myself.

I had a warm approach on my hands, as opposed to a cold approach. A warm approach is when you meet someone from within your social circle. In this case, the HB8 was related to a friend's girlfriend. I approach the set to wish my friend a happy birthday then opened the HB8. I opened her by asking what she was going to sing. She mentions her disappointment for the bar's lack of Doors songs which led to a drawn out discussion on music. After that we talked about trips she's taken, her background and other meaningless subjects.

Even though the conversation was mediocre, she kept giving me indicators of interest (IOIs). She would reengage me in conversation when I'd chat with my friend. She asked me to sit down and she asked me several of the common getting-to-know-you questions. At one point of the music thread, she asked for my address to send me a compilation CD of her favorite Doors songs. I told her to write it down on her cell phone and she responded by saying she didn't own a cell phone. That should have set off a warning sign but I continued the boring conversation anyways.

After awhile of meaningless chit-chat, I ended the conversation and returned to my friends across the bar. At the end of the night, on her way out she came over to say goodbye and I number closed. A few days later I texted her and never received a response. I called but it just rang without going to a voicemail.


There are two things that I think contributed to the fake number. First, I didn't set a time constraint. I lingered for far too long after the conversation lost any of its interest. Second, I reverted back to my old ways of boring conversation topics. One of my sticking points is forgetting everything I've learned whenever I meet an attractive woman. This was definitely one of those moments.

What do you think? Could I have done anything different?

Suggested free e-books to read:

Bishop - New Alpha Reports The Black Hole Effect
Social Mastery - Build Comfort And Trust

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