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And I would say that it is a priority for all guys.I don’t consider myself a “sexist pig” or a “horny” guy and people who know me would never give me those labels, however when looking for a girl, she first has to pass my physical attraction test.– must have a cute face/smile (If I potentially have to look at you everyday for the rest of my life since I essentially date to marry, then you better be cute to me.She lived about 30 minutes away from me so that was already a plus. We typically stare at your profile for minutes trying to figure out how to not sound “cheesy.” Do we keep it short and just say, “Hi” or do we find something on your profile that stuck out to us and conjure up some way of adding it to the same ol “came across your profile and saw that you liked….” or “anyways just stopping by to say hi, hope to hear back from you.” The truth is we have no clue.Her pictures all passed my physical must have test, her profile described a girl with morals, who went to church weekly, and we shared some similar interests. So I messaged her, which might I add is the hardest thing for guys. Woman these days have made it so hard for a guy to approach them with anything because everything to a woman seems like a “cheap line.” Or they just ignore or shrug you off.
You don’t have to have this “supermodel body” and all that mumbo jumbo.After looking on some of those I found there to be some really unattractive women on there.And I will stand by view that the person you look for needs to be attractive both inside and out.Especially here in Orange County; Seems like every girls requirement in is white boy, blond hair, washboard abs, a lot of money and a good car.Then woman hope that there is at least some good qualities and personality traits that can come with the predetermined requirements. I wouldn’t suggest trying to be “creative” or “different” since I’ve never once heard any of my friends say that was something they were looking for in this interaction. The truth is, your success has very little to do with your method.