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(Jezebel)   The best advice some people will never learn: "If women keep responding to you like you're some weirdo creeper, then chances are that you're acting like a weirdo creeper"   (jezebel.com) divider line 635
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2013-02-06 07:49:13 AM  
In my experience, women like to be wooed by romantic gestures.

So be sure to gaze longingly into her eyes, and say romantically, "Wooooooo."
 
2013-02-06 07:52:24 AM  

browntimmy: ... it would make the most sense and make everything easier for women to initiate things. But we all know that won't ever happen...


We all know that? I'm guessing that you haven't seen much of the world.
 
2013-02-06 07:53:20 AM  

jack21221: Maybe they thought I was being creepy or hitting on them. In reality, I just wanted to talk about science, which was what she just commented on on the television. I didn't think I was that out of line talking to somebody at a bar. I thought that's what people did at bars. I wasn't hitting on her at the least.


Or they had something they wanted to 'girl chat about' between themselves and didn't want to interrupt your conversation. It may have had nothing to do with you.
 
2013-02-06 07:55:28 AM  

jack21221: CSB time:

I was once treated as if I was being a creeper at a bar. The ESPN show Sport Science was on, and they were talking about some physics concepts as it applied to gymnastics. There was a group of 3 sitting next to me, a guy and then two women. The woman 2 seats from me said that this would be a great thing to show in the classroom. At the time, I was working as a physics tutor and had just completed my physics degree. I overheard her conversation, turned and asked her if she was a science teacher. She responded no, she teaches English, so I apologized for overhearing, and explained that I was a physics tutor and that I agreed with her. Her guy friend started talking to me about some pop sci physics concept, which I was happy to do, but when our little side discussion finished, the two women had slid a few seats down, around the corner of the bar table.

Maybe they thought I was being creepy or hitting on them. In reality, I just wanted to talk about science, which was what she just commented on on the television. I didn't think I was that out of line talking to somebody at a bar. I thought that's what people did at bars. I wasn't hitting on her at the least.

Oh well.


Heh, no. Try this guy attaches himself to two girls that walk into a bar, second dude end up engaging in conversation with first dude, girls make escape. Sorry just my 2 cents(not valid in Canada)
 
2013-02-06 07:56:01 AM  

Dansker: browntimmy: ... it would make the most sense and make everything easier for women to initiate things. But we all know that won't ever happen...

We all know that? I'm guessing that you haven't seen much of the world.


That's true. The Mosuo women in China do that all the time.
 
2013-02-06 07:57:16 AM  

MayoSlather: My biggest problem right now with women is just finding someone that I like. Once you get past any self esteem or validation issues women represent to you then you quickly realize most women that reject you are no better suited for you than you are for them.

The problem with most guys failing with women is they try and hit on girls they have nothing in common with. If you're a nerdy guy with nerdy interests then chances are that girl decked out in designer clothing wants nothing to do with you and even if you convince her to date you she'd annoy the fark out of you.


I used to be so guilty of this. Before I learned the difference between lust and love. Sometimes lust is so overpowering that you attribute traits to them that they don't have, and you feel like an idiot once the lust goes away and the realization hits that your angel is really a wired hair man goblin.
 
2013-02-06 07:57:16 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Heh, no. Try this guy attaches himself to two girls that walk into a bar, second dude end up engaging in conversation with first dude, girls make escape. Sorry just my 2 cents(not valid in Canada)


So dude number 1 was the creeper!?!? I like this mystery
 
2013-02-06 07:59:12 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: jack21221: CSB time:

I was once treated as if I was being a creeper at a bar. The ESPN show Sport Science was on, and they were talking about some physics concepts as it applied to gymnastics. There was a group of 3 sitting next to me, a guy and then two women. The woman 2 seats from me said that this would be a great thing to show in the classroom. At the time, I was working as a physics tutor and had just completed my physics degree. I overheard her conversation, turned and asked her if she was a science teacher. She responded no, she teaches English, so I apologized for overhearing, and explained that I was a physics tutor and that I agreed with her. Her guy friend started talking to me about some pop sci physics concept, which I was happy to do, but when our little side discussion finished, the two women had slid a few seats down, around the corner of the bar table.

Maybe they thought I was being creepy or hitting on them. In reality, I just wanted to talk about science, which was what she just commented on on the television. I didn't think I was that out of line talking to somebody at a bar. I thought that's what people did at bars. I wasn't hitting on her at the least.

Oh well.

Heh, no. Try this guy attaches himself to two girls that walk into a bar, second dude end up engaging in conversation with first dude, girls make escape. Sorry just my 2 cents(not valid in Canada)


Yeah, I like that explanation better. I've been there. You know, sometimes when I'm out with my girlfriends I'm really out with them to talk with them. It may be something important we were going to hash out over a beer. I don't want to be hit on at that point, but the guy could be a really nice guy.
 
2013-02-06 08:00:41 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: tinfoil-hat maggie: Heh, no. Try this guy attaches himself to two girls that walk into a bar, second dude end up engaging in conversation with first dude, girls make escape. Sorry just my 2 cents(not valid in Canada)

So dude number 1 was the creeper!?!? I like this mystery


Zoinks ; ) And I don't even have a cool mystery van wait that could sound weird ; )
 
2013-02-06 08:03:01 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Zoinks ; ) And I don't even have a cool mystery van wait that could sound weird ; )


Well if women call it a Rape Van then it's cute and saucy, so go for it.
 
2013-02-06 08:07:02 AM  
Eh, flirting is something I don't have a grasp on. I'm the type who is surprisingly smart, almost too much for my own good, and skilled with many things which require critical thinking. I'm also pretty good with figuring people out, until it comes to the subject of attraction. I don't know how to flirt. It's not a natural thing for me. there has been once, maybe twice, in my life where someone started to do it with me but I didn't realize it until hours later.

I'm not emotionally disconnected. I'm actually far more "in touch" with them than the vast majority of men.It's just that attraction is hard for me to automatically understand. Not that I've ever been a creeper. I'm sure that it doesn't help any that I'm a, uh, less than classically attractive introvert. I don't exactly have the experience needed to make up for my lack of natural ability. Beyond that, the type of girl who is my type/interests me is rare.

/My love life sucks.
 
2013-02-06 08:07:24 AM  

Fano: grinding_journalist: I have discovered that my wedding ring is a turn on for a small but acceptable cross-section of the hot/crazy axes.

I once had a moment of clarity with a guy in college that was married; we were at a bar and he pointed to me all the women at the bar that were/would be interested in him. He then said were he to take his ring off he would be just as stupid as me. I took home the lesson that when you disassociate you can see the picture better. It didn't help.

/getting married on Memorial Day


If you think for a second that getting married gets you laid, you are in for a rude awakening. Congrats!
 
2013-02-06 08:09:43 AM  

CtrlAltDestroy: Eh, flirting is something I don't have a grasp on. I'm the type who is surprisingly smart, almost too much for my own good, and skilled with many things which require critical thinking. I'm also pretty good with figuring people out, until it comes to the subject of attraction. I don't know how to flirt. It's not a natural thing for me. there has been once, maybe twice, in my life where someone started to do it with me but I didn't realize it until hours later.


You don't need to FLIRT FLIRT, just do what you say you can do and talk to them. See I can be the most charming man ever but I don't ever go up to a woman in public and hit on her. It's just something I was never comfortable doing but I've "done well" in my life by just being good at conversation. Oh and being a hot piece of man meat but let's not toot my horn here. Toot toot.
 
2013-02-06 08:10:55 AM  

gulogulo: tinfoil-hat maggie: jack21221: CSB time:

I was once treated as if I was being a creeper at a bar. The ESPN show Sport Science was on, and they were talking about some physics concepts as it applied to gymnastics. There was a group of 3 sitting next to me, a guy and then two women. The woman 2 seats from me said that this would be a great thing to show in the classroom. At the time, I was working as a physics tutor and had just completed my physics degree. I overheard her conversation, turned and asked her if she was a science teacher. She responded no, she teaches English, so I apologized for overhearing, and explained that I was a physics tutor and that I agreed with her. Her guy friend started talking to me about some pop sci physics concept, which I was happy to do, but when our little side discussion finished, the two women had slid a few seats down, around the corner of the bar table.

Maybe they thought I was being creepy or hitting on them. In reality, I just wanted to talk about science, which was what she just commented on on the television. I didn't think I was that out of line talking to somebody at a bar. I thought that's what people did at bars. I wasn't hitting on her at the least.

Oh well.

Heh, no. Try this guy attaches himself to two girls that walk into a bar, second dude end up engaging in conversation with first dude, girls make escape. Sorry just my 2 cents(not valid in Canada)

Yeah, I like that explanation better. I've been there. You know, sometimes when I'm out with my girlfriends I'm really out with them to talk with them. It may be something important we were going to hash out over a beer. I don't want to be hit on at that point, but the guy could be a really nice guy.


Yea, I know, I've been there except in my case girlfriend generally means I'm sleeping with them but yea it is a pain.
 
2013-02-06 08:11:44 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: CtrlAltDestroy: Eh, flirting is something I don't have a grasp on. I'm the type who is surprisingly smart, almost too much for my own good, and skilled with many things which require critical thinking. I'm also pretty good with figuring people out, until it comes to the subject of attraction. I don't know how to flirt. It's not a natural thing for me. there has been once, maybe twice, in my life where someone started to do it with me but I didn't realize it until hours later.

You don't need to FLIRT FLIRT, just do what you say you can do and talk to them. See I can be the most charming man ever but I don't ever go up to a woman in public and hit on her. It's just something I was never comfortable doing but I've "done well" in my life by just being good at conversation. Oh and being a hot piece of man meat but let's not toot my horn here. Toot toot.


Speaking as a smart girl, I don't like to be hit on. I REALLY love having conversations about mutual interests and compelling topics. It's usually when I'm having one of those conversations that I suddenly find myself immensely attracted to a person.
 
2013-02-06 08:12:43 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: tinfoil-hat maggie: Zoinks ; ) And I don't even have a cool mystery van wait that could sound weird ; )

Well if women call it a Rape Van then it's cute and saucy, so go for it.


Hey you are talking to a girl that own a VW camper van way back in the day and no one got raped ; )
 
2013-02-06 08:13:08 AM  

gulogulo: Speaking as a smart girl, I don't like to be hit on. I REALLY love having conversations about mutual interests and compelling topics. It's usually when I'm having one of those conversations that I suddenly find myself immensely attracted to a person.


See, there you go. I'm not a pick up artist at all but I gave a good piece of advice that a woman agreed with. You don't need tricks and lines, just hold a conversation for crying out loud.
 
2013-02-06 08:13:29 AM  

Snarfangel: Dansker: browntimmy: ... it would make the most sense and make everything easier for women to initiate things. But we all know that won't ever happen...

We all know that? I'm guessing that you haven't seen much of the world.

That's true. The Mosuo women in China do that all the time.


Well, of course we all know about the Mosuo, but I was thinking more about western societies that invest less importance in "traditional values" than browntimmy's homeland probably does. Being sexually agressive is easier when your upbringing and societal norms in general haven't taught you to be passive.
 
2013-02-06 08:15:21 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Yea, I know, I've been there except in my case girlfriend generally means I'm sleeping with them but yea it is a pain.


This is why the best place for me to go have those serious conversations with my friends are usually at a gay bar that is predominantly populated by men. Unfortunately, the new town I live in (in Georgia) does not have these establishments. Sure, you get the one or two straight men that are accompanying their gay friends, or the guy who is oriented ambivalently, but, it's so rare that it's barely worth mentioning.
 
2013-02-06 08:15:51 AM  
I usually mind my own goddamn business and I'm probably still perceived as a creeper.
 
2013-02-06 08:16:39 AM  
tom11.edublogs.org
 
2013-02-06 08:18:52 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: gulogulo: Speaking as a smart girl, I don't like to be hit on. I REALLY love having conversations about mutual interests and compelling topics. It's usually when I'm having one of those conversations that I suddenly find myself immensely attracted to a person.

See, there you go. I'm not a pick up artist at all but I gave a good piece of advice that a woman agreed with. You don't need tricks and lines, just hold a conversation for crying out loud.


This for the truth, and not everyone is interested in you but hey you may get to meet and sleep with some interesting people along the way. And the interesting people aren't always the ones you sleep with but hey you get to meet them.
 
2013-02-06 08:19:17 AM  

Coelacanth Filet: ciberido: [imgs.xkcd.com image 540x931]
There's an xkcd for everything.  It's like rule 34, only with less nudity.

/Though then again, maybe EVERYBODY in xkcd is nude.

Xkcd completely whiffed on understanding the art of the neg in that strip. A neg isn't a blatant insult, that would be pickup suicide. It's a statement that can be interpreted several different ways - the intent is to keep the girl thinking "What did he mean by that?"

PUA is social nihilism, sure, but it works. Hate the game, not the player, etc.


The game only exists because of the players. Rather, hate the ones that play badly and punctuate the equilibrium.
 
2013-02-06 08:20:08 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Hey you are talking to a girl that own a VW camper van way back in the day and no one got raped ; )


Oh that's what you think. I want you to try and remember, was there any chubby nerd tears at any time?
 
2013-02-06 08:20:59 AM  
www.explosm.net
 
2013-02-06 08:22:10 AM  

browntimmy: Guy they like being bold = sexy.
Guy they don't like being bold = creepy weirdo.
But no guy knows which one he is until after making the first move. (granted some guys are just plain creepy weirdos, but even then there's someone out there for almost everyone)

When you look at the fact that most guys won't be offended or creeped out by women flirting with them (unless they're just uncommonly disgusting), it would make the most sense and make everything easier for women to initiate things. But we all know that won't ever happen and the world making sense is way too much to ask.


Pretty much the most important thing that's been said in this thread. There have been a number of women in this thread who say "don't do ___" or "don't hit on people in retail/bartenders/etc". But the FACT is that if the guy was hot/rich/tall/buff enough, every single on of those women would break these rules. Females bartenders DO give out their real numbers to guys.....hot guys. Same with strippers, waitresses, that cute chick at Kohls, whatever. But no guy will know if he's the one she'll break the "rule" for until he tries.
 
2013-02-06 08:23:13 AM  

Smackledorfer: browntimmy: Guy they like being bold = sexy.
Guy they don't like being bold = creepy weirdo.
But no guy knows which one he is until after making the first move. (granted some guys are just plain creepy weirdos, but even then there's someone out there for almost everyone)

When you look at the fact that most guys won't be offended or creeped out by women flirting with them (unless they're just uncommonly disgusting), it would make the most sense and make everything easier for women to initiate things. But we all know that won't ever happen and the world making sense is way too much to ask.

This. And while our feminist may disagree out of personal experience, I've got ten years of restaurant time sharing with waitresses to back that up. Office, restaurant, captive target, whatever; women respond well to physically attractive, and poorly to ugly. Denying that is lying.

I'm not judging, but the ladies need to be more honest about it.


'Being an ugly man' is infinitely different than 'being an ugly woman'.  Looks aren't that important in womens' minds, not to the degree that they are for men.  For a guy to be 'ugly' he needs to be significantly different from the norm: misshapen face, extremely bad teeth or skin, very fat or very thin.  Most mens' deficiencies in looks can be compensated for by attractive and well-tailored clothes, a good haircut, and excellent gooming.  Women, otoh, are judged extremely harshly,  In fact, the first thing a man does when he sees a woman is to start tabulating her numeric value, and if she's anything less than a 7 then she's immediately considered expendable if something better is in the immediate vicinity.  If she's anything less than a 6 then she's 'byproduct' to resort to in case of desperation, and if she's anything less than a 5 she's a subhuman who really should be killed with fire.
 
2013-02-06 08:24:28 AM  

taurusowner: Pretty much the most important thing that's been said in this thread. There have been a number of women in this thread who say "don't do ___" or "don't hit on people in retail/bartenders/etc". But the FACT is that if the guy was hot/rich/tall/buff enough, every single on of those women would break these rules. Females bartenders DO give out their real numbers to guys.....hot guys. Same with strippers, waitresses, that cute chick at Kohls, whatever. But no guy will know if he's the one she'll break the "rule" for until he tries.


false. I've done just what you assume no woman would.
 
2013-02-06 08:25:42 AM  

gulogulo: tinfoil-hat maggie: Yea, I know, I've been there except in my case girlfriend generally means I'm sleeping with them but yea it is a pain.

This is why the best place for me to go have those serious conversations with my friends are usually at a gay bar that is predominantly populated by men. Unfortunately, the new town I live in (in Georgia) does not have these establishments. Sure, you get the one or two straight men that are accompanying their gay friends, or the guy who is oriented ambivalently, but, it's so rare that it's barely worth mentioning.


Huh and here I thought most moderately size southern towns had them, although, in the south there are very few gender specific gay bars since there's generally only one or two bars unless you're in Atlanta or Nashville (well from my knowledge)
 
2013-02-06 08:26:44 AM  

Dumb-Ass-Monkey: Just do what I do --

Be an introverted depressive social retard one step away from agoraphobia.
If you don't go anywhere or do anything, you can't creep out women.


Challenge accepted and accomplished!

/seriously, I've grown to despise humanity and interact with them in real life as little as possible.
//However, my job forces me to deal with people. But like any good whore, I can fake it for money.
 
2013-02-06 08:27:11 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: tinfoil-hat maggie: Hey you are talking to a girl that own a VW camper van way back in the day and no one got raped ; )

Oh that's what you think. I want you to try and remember, was there any chubby nerd tears at any time?


LoL, no the weed generally took care of that : )
 
2013-02-06 08:27:57 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: LoL, no the weed generally took care of that : )


Great, so you drugged them so you could rape them? I'm calling the police.
 
2013-02-06 08:28:57 AM  

taurusowner: Pretty much the most important thing that's been said in this thread. There have been a number of women in this thread who say "don't do ___" or "don't hit on people in retail/bartenders/etc". But the FACT is that if the guy was hot/rich/tall/buff enough, every single on of those women would break these rules. Females bartenders DO give out their real numbers to guys.....hot guys. Same with strippers, waitresses, that cute chick at Kohls, whatever. But no guy will know if he's the one she'll break the "rule" for until he tries.


Yea I don't know why those stupid b*tches don't bang you. God they're so dumb right? B*tches.
 
2013-02-06 08:29:01 AM  

Dion Fortune: When one chick turns you down, just let it roll off your back and move on to the next one.


See, here's where I'm different. I have absolutely no desire to hit on random women because I think that they're attractive. It's completely pointless to me because that's not what I'm looking for. I'm not trying to get a cheap fark. I'll never have more than a passing interest in someone until I get to know then. A pretty face is great. But it's completely worthless if I don't like her as a person.

Now, I know someone of you are thinking, "that's what's flirting is for. To get to know things about her." That's also not what I mean. I mean I need to really know her. To be around and get to know her over time. To see different sides of her and really know her as a person. Not just getting a hobby or two out of her or finding out what kind of drink she likes.

Couple that with my type being the elusive [non crazy] geek girl, and I'm not doing so well. Most of the women out there hold no interest to me.

Basically, because I'm not looking for meaningless hook ups trying to flirt with every other random pretty face I see is pointless. I wont have any proper interest in her until I come to know her first.That's where my problem lies.
 
2013-02-06 08:29:08 AM  
I assume the every woman I meet already has a boyfriend, and flirting would be a waste of her time and mine.
 
2013-02-06 08:34:30 AM  
The amount of people in this thread that haven't seen Silence of the Lambs makes me sad...
 
2013-02-06 08:35:33 AM  
Corollary: If he seems like he's just not that into you, stop showing up at his house.
 
2013-02-06 08:37:56 AM  
I wasn't aware asking a woman to go out to dinner or a movie was being a weirdo creeper. Good to know. Next time I'll just grab her tits.
 
2013-02-06 08:38:14 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: tinfoil-hat maggie: LoL, no the weed generally took care of that : )

Great, so you drugged them so you could rape them? I'm calling the police.


Oh relax, I not guilty of anything just because I didn't come to you're town and meet you ; )
 
2013-02-06 08:39:19 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Oh relax, I not guilty of anything just because I didn't come to you're town and meet you ; )


Are you stalking me........?
 
2013-02-06 08:42:21 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: I wasn't aware asking a woman to go out to dinner or a movie was being a weirdo creeper. Good to know. Next time I'll just grab her tits.


How in the world did you come to that conclusion?
 
2013-02-06 08:48:42 AM  

CtrlAltDestroy: Eh, flirting is something I don't have a grasp on. I'm the type who is surprisingly smart, almost too much for my own good, and skilled with many things which require critical thinking. I'm also pretty good with figuring people out, until it comes to the subject of attraction. I don't know how to flirt. It's not a natural thing for me. there has been once, maybe twice, in my life where someone started to do it with me but I didn't realize it until hours later.

I'm not emotionally disconnected. I'm actually far more "in touch" with them than the vast majority of men.It's just that attraction is hard for me to automatically understand. Not that I've ever been a creeper. I'm sure that it doesn't help any that I'm a, uh, less than classically attractive introvert. I don't exactly have the experience needed to make up for my lack of natural ability. Beyond that, the type of girl who is my type/interests me is rare.

/My love life sucks.


If you have the ability to look at yourself honestly and with a critical eye, read The Manual by W. Anton. Helped me quite a bit. It's not a "gifts + body language + mind games= sex" type book, more of a breakdown of your behaviors.
 
2013-02-06 08:49:28 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: tinfoil-hat maggie: Oh relax, I not guilty of anything just because I didn't come to you're town and meet you ; )

Are you stalking me........?


Checks schedule, hmmm, no it doesn't seem I am and well I really I'm busy right now and well I might could pencil you in for sometime in 2014 but well that's tentative I mean...you have to understand these things take time to do right ; )
/Ifeel bad about myself now.
 
2013-02-06 08:49:31 AM  

MythDragon: [media-mcw.cursecdn.com image 150x306]

Fark Creepers.

One of these bastards was in my house one day. Door was closed and everything. I had a long hard day of building, the mobs where coming, so I went to my house to sleep. I open the door, make a left, and staring me in the face is a Goddamn creeper.

'what the f-'
*HSSSSSSSSSS*
*oh fuc-*
*Boom*


Sounds like somebody's house needs more lighting.
 
2013-02-06 08:51:16 AM  

alwaysjaded: CtrlAltDestroy: Eh, flirting is something I don't have a grasp on. I'm the type who is surprisingly smart, almost too much for my own good, and skilled with many things which require critical thinking. I'm also pretty good with figuring people out, until it comes to the subject of attraction. I don't know how to flirt. It's not a natural thing for me. there has been once, maybe twice, in my life where someone started to do it with me but I didn't realize it until hours later.

I'm not emotionally disconnected. I'm actually far more "in touch" with them than the vast majority of men.It's just that attraction is hard for me to automatically understand. Not that I've ever been a creeper. I'm sure that it doesn't help any that I'm a, uh, less than classically attractive introvert. I don't exactly have the experience needed to make up for my lack of natural ability. Beyond that, the type of girl who is my type/interests me is rare.

/My love life sucks.

If you have the ability to look at yourself honestly and with a critical eye, read The Manual by W. Anton. Helped me quite a bit. It's not a "gifts + body language + mind games= sex" type book, more of a breakdown of your behaviors.


Then, discard any advice to read any stupid self-help book, because they're all bullshiat between cardboard covers.

/however, if you are the type to read some bullshiat self-help book, I've some snake oil to sell you. If you rub it on yourself, women will flock to you!
 
2013-02-06 08:52:18 AM  

thisiszombocom: BMFPitt: When I was a hopeless single guy, I always hated when people said, "Be confident" as if it were some kind of useful advice.

That's kind of like a track coach saying, "Run faster."

just be yourself.  you know, act natural


Unless you're weird.

If so, then stop being weird and be normal, but "yourself normal," and be confident about it.

But not creepy confident; regular, normal confident you.

But more stylish and charming. And taller. And get your teeth fixed. Do some situps. Get a new haircut. Replace those shoes. Stop talking about bands all the time. Redecorate. And a new car wouldn't hurt, either.
 
2013-02-06 08:53:10 AM  
Creepy is usually only creepy if you don't wanna fark the other person. The same behavior from an attractive person would be cute or silly, usually. There is a line, but it's set waaay back for hotties.

Plus women are more choosy. So they're more likely to pull the trigger on the creepy gun. Men just say "Crazy broad, better wear a condom."
 
2013-02-06 08:53:35 AM  

Lernaeus: thisiszombocom: BMFPitt: When I was a hopeless single guy, I always hated when people said, "Be confident" as if it were some kind of useful advice.

That's kind of like a track coach saying, "Run faster."

just be yourself.  you know, act natural

Unless you're weird.

If so, then stop being weird and be normal, but "yourself normal," and be confident about it.

But not creepy confident; regular, normal confident you.

But more stylish and charming. And taller. And get your teeth fixed. Do some situps. Get a new haircut. Replace those shoes. Stop talking about bands all the time. Redecorate. And a new car wouldn't hurt, either.


Don't forget a job where you make enough that you can afford to spend lavishly on her.
 
2013-02-06 08:54:40 AM  

doglover: Creepy is usually only creepy if you don't wanna fark the other person. The same behavior from an attractive person would be cute or silly, usually. There is a line, but it's set waaay back for hotties.

Plus women are more choosy. So they're more likely to pull the trigger on the creepy gun. Men just say "Crazy broad, better wear a condom."


Shouldn't that be "Crazy broad, better wear a condom, give her a fake name, and never take her to my house"?
 
2013-02-06 08:55:48 AM  
But the ladies love my Dobbie impression.
 
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