Tinder: First Impressions

Pretending that people arenโ€™t addicted to this hot-or-not turned dating app situation isnโ€™t efficient anymore.

The best part of the Tinder dating app is when they stamp “Nope” on the chick before whisking her off your screen! ๐Ÿ˜€ hahaha I think I laugh at that or at least smile every time! ๐Ÿ˜€ hahaha oh man

Knowledge Changes

Tinder: First Impressions
For those’a youse that have been reading along over the years, you’re aware that I’m anti- dating apps.

For someone that is actually used to getting girls, scrolling through pictures on a phone doesn’t make any sense and it isn’t fun and it isn’t interesting. *YAWN*

However, having spoken to a few people and read a few articles about the situation, I realize that dating app presence may be the most efficient style at this point, simply due to the population’s dependence on it.

It’s like how people drink so much coffee but don’t want to admit that they’re addicts just like any other drug addict.

I don’t touch coffee, except an infrequent espresso, because I hate the taste. I’ve also never smoked a cigarette in my life. I drink a lot of beer.

So pretending like people aren’t addicted to coffee wouldn’t be the most efficient way for me to interact with them.

Similarly.. Pretending that people aren’t addicted to this hot-or-not turned dating app situation isn’t efficient anymore. Continue reading “Tinder: First Impressions”

Environment [Hunters, Part 17]

Sometimes, guys wonder why they aren’t effective in meeting women. Sometimes, it’s because they aren’t effective in meeting women. Sometimes, it’s because they’re trying to meet women in places where those women ARE NOT trying to meet THEM.

Sometimes, guys wonder why they aren’t effective in meeting women. Sometimes, it’s because they aren’t effective in meeting women. Sometimes, it’s because they’re trying to meet women in places where those women ARE NOT trying to meet THEM. Continue reading “Environment [Hunters, Part 17]”

Dating Instinct [Hunters, Part 16]

BC & LCI tend to take a lot of pictures with a lot of different women.

One of the funny side effects of that is that guys assume that the women are random.

In fact, I’m in very few pictures with women I don’t personally know.

I just happen to know a lot of women.

This is what happens when you have 2,800 Facebook Friends… Statistically, that means that there are approximately 1,400 women that count as actual friends of mine, acquaintances, women I’ve spent time with, women I was introduced to by mutual friends, and women that are fans of mine. Continue reading “Dating Instinct [Hunters, Part 16]”

Speed, Primetime, & Downtime [Hunters, Part 15]

A reader recently left this comment on my blog:

I only had a problem with one thing you said:

“Iโ€™m not famous. I can pull chicks just by walking into a party. I can go +4 or +5 on Facebook (exchange contact information) in less than an hour.”

YEAH RIGHT Bill.

Bill CammackNow.. Obviously, this was written by someone that doesn’t actually know me. >:D

I don’t have 2,687 Facebook Friends because I meet people one at a time.

Also, I didn’t make that statement to say something about myself.

I don’t have to talk about myself. I already know what I can do and what I’ve already done.

I was making the point that it’s literally impossible that the guys on Jersey Shore are pulling FEWER chicks now than they pulled last year, when they were absolute nobodies.

MTV turned Jersey Shore into a chick-flick, so they’re hiding the action by editing out all the scenes where the guys get on.

Anyway.. The commenter brings up a valid point, so let me explain what I’m talking about… Continue reading “Speed, Primetime, & Downtime [Hunters, Part 15]”

Negative Dating Reviews [Hunters, Part 14]

I had a conversation with reader “Paul” yesterday where he brought up some interesting scenarios. I didn’t have an answer for “How do you deal with negative dating reviews in social media?”, so I’m going to think about that right now. Continue reading “Negative Dating Reviews [Hunters, Part 14]”