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“Hey, you’ve got a great ass” isn’t worthy of a response. Hey, if you just want a guy to come use you for sex, that’s fine. But for those that are seeking a , stick with an attractive, classy photo.Your picture says a lot about the type of woman you are.

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You may not realize this but men WANT to chase a girl they like. I’ve seen profiles from guy’s that were so open-minded (desperate), they covered every type of woman in their profile.

Why narrow down the field to a limited amount of women when you can have everyone?

Don’t get me wrong, I know I’m not the only one he’s contacting. Never compromise who you are and don’t be fooled by phony men online. I’m not going to claim all women are innocent, but there are a lot of men online that claim they are someone they really aren’t. But there are far more men that do this than women. When I showed up for the date, he was dressed like a complete slob. Sure, it shows me he’s not into looking good for his woman, but he was still my (almost) perfect man. Every time a good looking girl with a slender body walked by, I could tell he was fantasizing about what he’d like to do to her. Some guys are good about only moving their eyes to checkout a girl’s ass when they’re on a date. His whole head would make 90 degree turn and he would stare for a good 3 seconds.

Just because he sends me a personalized message doesn’t mean he didn’t send 18 other women a personalized message. Are you both looking for the same things in a relationship? A few years ago, I was relatively inexperienced with online dating. I couldn’t say no, he was cute, funny, sweet, and loved art. I’m sorry, but when I’m on a date with a guy, I expect his attention to be on me.

How would any guy know whether or not you are looking for the same things? Be clear about who you are and what you’re looking for in a man.

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