Dating a dumb guy
In my college days, many moons ago, I perfected the art of meeting girls online.
Sure, he’s an online boyfriend who lives halfway across the world – but he’s the best guy who’s ever come into your life. According to a 2013 study by the market research firm IBISWorld, nearly 35% of married couples met online.
He may even be so clever as to learn your work schedule through conversation, and text you the moment you get home. He may even drag you into all-night texting sessions. You mention you’ve taken some photography classes, and he announces he’s an expert photographer with ,000 worth of camera equipment. Rule of thumb is if he sounds too good to be true – if every one of your interests seem to mesh so perfectly into his – it’s probably not true. Some core interests may align, but not usually all.
If done in a way that isn’t too intrusive in your schedule, this online personality will ease his way into every aspect of your day – even your lunch break and your train ride home. Find yourself obsessed and dreaming of what this amazing man will be like when you meet in person? And if he’s only twenty or thirty-something, the odds are also pretty good he hasn’t had time to become an “expert” in , by Philip Hesketh, he writes that, “People like people who show a real and genuine interest in them.
This will come at a point in the conversation (or online relationship) where he believes you’ve developed a certain level of trust and attraction to him. These tips are offered to help unsuspecting women identify and avoid these sorts of guys.
It’ll usually start off small:: Most guys absolutely suck at sexual innuendos. A player will think you’ve taken the bait, and may get a lot less subtle. There’s nothing wrong with online dating, but there’s no place for naivety when you’re opening your heart to a stranger. He's worked 13 years in automation engineering, 5 years in IT, and now is an Apps Engineer.