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Reminder that "Just go out more, meet girls at X, ask friends to set you up!" Tier of """advice""" is only applicable if you're just trying to frick literally the lowest common denominator of women by running numbers game.

The odds of meeting someone of your tastes, who is single, compatible, and equally interested in you are astronomically low. Maybe, just maybe 1 in every 1000 women will even consider you, the chances she's got common values, interests, or anything noteworthy is infinity lower.

Dating apps are the ONLY way you can filter through the numbers of AVAILABLE.women and filter them based on looks, and interests. No other method makes any sense, and it's clear that before dating apps, people.jist.dated whoever would.let them.frick and stuck with it for life.out.of desperation or lack of better.options.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    u sound like someone who never gets any pussy

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I actually get a lot, just online, where it's easy.

      Your problem seems to be your very high bar. Not looking for the ideal human gives a lot more options. Tolerating people's deficiencies is a very useful skill

      For a long term relationship why wouldn't I have a high bar. Have you ever spent a day with a boring, lifeless person? It's hell, imagine a lifetime. If I'm just picking up girls at the bar, or on the street, chances are they're going to be boring, lifeless women who like "dogs and coffee and Netflix" and have some shitty retail job.

      I have never once just by chance met a woman at an irl event or space who was interesting and single. Ever. Girls go in groups of normie girlfriends who do their damnest to bat you off their friend, or with their boyfriends when they go out, I have never seen just a single girl at a bar, or concert, or sporting event, or hobby store, literally ever

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Have you ever spent a day with a boring, lifeless person
        Of course; almost any person is boring and lifeless most of the time. They're not meant to be my main source of entertainment all day every day. You're looking for a person to be with. It's going to have calm boring moments, and that's perfectly okay.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I think they mean they want someone who isn't boring all the time. It can feel draining to spend time with someone if you don't connect at all. He didn't say they need to be having fun all the time

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Have you ever spent a day with a boring, lifeless person
        Yes. It's the exact opposite of spending time with a BPD psycho b***h. IOW she's perfect for spending the rest of your life with.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Not really, it's just 2 sides of the same coin. Boring, lifeless people suck the life out of you just like crazy people. Why are NSFFW autists so black and white

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Anon, what exactly do YOU do in your free time that other people wouldn't consider boring and lifeless? I'm not trying to "gotcha" you, but all too often I see people setting high expectations for others when they can't even live up to their own expectations.

        relationships aren't about hitting everything off perfectly from the get go. You want to find someone with a personality that meshes well with yours and doesn't conflict too much with your own. Then, once you enter into a relationship with them and everything goes well, you slowly grow together.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I have never once just by chance met a woman at an irl event or space who was interesting and single. Ever.
        Yes you have. You just don't notice or appreciate them because you are a milquetoast.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Your problem seems to be your very high bar. Not looking for the ideal human gives a lot more options. Tolerating people's deficiencies is a very useful skill

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Reminder that when dealing with women, you should prefix all their statements of what they want, and all advice on how to pick them up with the phrase "If you're extremely attractive, ..."

    e.g. the advice "Just go out more, meet girls at X, ask friends to set you up!" should be more accurately translated as "If you're extremely attractive, just go out more, meet girls at X, ask friends to set you up!", thereby resolving the apparent paradox of OP going out to meet girls and getting frickall for his efforts.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Isn't that true for online dating too?

      Yet tell me why no woman irl has ever approached me, looked at me, smiled at me, given me any small sign of interest, yet I get hundreds of matches online per month and several dates from it? It just doesn't add up

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Maybe because you sound like a little b***h, all due respect.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    or you can make them available by be better than their respective men

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In my country most people with serious relationships find them with friends. Like group dating where you meet your friends girlfriends friends. Or dating coworkers if you are a workaholic and never leave the office but I don’t recommend this. Idk how it works in other places but it feels stupid when I hear people complain “there are only loose girls and prostitutes here” and the only way they try to meet girls is in bars and nightclubs. What kind of girls do you expect to find there? Lmao

    Pic is average modern couple

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There's got to be 100 males to 1 female ratio right now on dating apps.

    https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/women-are-not-dating-anymore-and-men-are-pissed-why/

    https://thekit.ca/living/living-relationships/women-are-quitting-dating-apps/

    >For as long as people have been promoting marriage, they have also been observing that a good man is hard to find. (See: William Julius Wilson or early Nora Ephron.) But what was once dismissed as the complaint of picky women is now supported by a raft of data. The same pundits plugging marriage also bemoan the crisis among men and boys, what has come to be known as male drift — men turning away from college, dropping out of the work force or failing to look after their health. Ms. Kearney, for example, acknowledges that improving the economic position of men, especially those without college degrees, is an important step toward making them more attractive partners.

    Also women now only use Facebook, Instagram, and those types of apps to meet people. They don't use dating apps anymore and if you don't have social media presence so they can screen you in order to imagine their life besides you, they will think you are a weird loner creep and ghost you.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >100 males to 1 female ratio
      More like 1:1. Males that are not 10/10's in women's eyes (i.e. 100/100 objectively) are not actually men, they are annoyances, possibly a male-shaped object if the woman is being generous, but may as well not exist.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    true, except dating apps are negative value added for your time and sanity; worse than nothing

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >muh values
    >muh hobbies
    >just use israeli dating apps bro
    go to the gym and self improve
    also please drop weights on your neck

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >it's clear that before dating apps, people.jist.dated whoever would.let them.frick and stuck with it for life.out.of desperation or lack of better.options.
    No you autistic moron. Back before dating apps people actually lived their lives and didn't spend 24 hours a day behind a screen scrolling through social media. You met TONS of people, and everyone new you met would introduce you to other people. You DID SHIT instead of sitting at home like an autistic moron.

    I pity you moronic Zoomers/Millennials. You've never lived life. Dating apps and social media are the CAUSE of this current shitty world, not things that sprang up because things were shit. Life was fricking dope before social media and dating apps.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Goddamn but you're an ignorant and pathetic frick.
      Before dating apps, meeting people was done in person, you would be introduced by friends or friends-of-friends of either you or various family members or business associates. A good word about you by one of her friends goes a really long way.
      Or you went to the same church or at least nearby churches, my parents' church had monthly youth hangouts where all the kids in the 16-20 range from nearby churches would meet up in the recreation center with a few adults as chaperones and they'd lock the doors and you were stuck with each other with nothing to do but play board games and talk; anybody that was single would go to these things whether willingly or not. The benefit for the church was it increased the odds that the kids would marry within the church, the benefit for the parents was it gave them a date night, the benefit for the kids was forced interaction with the opposite sex.
      At various times I dated the daughter of one of mom's coworkers, a girl from church, a girl I met at a cousin's superbowl party, a girl I met at a friend's halloween party, and a college friend of the girlfriend of a friend. The last one is the one I wound up marrying; we recently celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary.

      You're incredibly out of touch.

      An average 18-30 year old male who is socially adjusted, with a job and education does not have these opportunities. His average friend, male or female, maybe has 1 or two tertiary single female friends that he could be set up with, and that's assuming that that girl herself is attractive or interesting to the guy, or has any chance of likewise being attracted or interested in him. Also God forbid he's in any kind of STEM or male dominated field with friends mostly from that field. Meeting through friends is probably the slowest way to meet the fewest number of women imaginable. Nobody just has a roster of single girl friends ready to pimp out to other friends. Even female friends of mine don't have just like 5 or 10 single girls looking to be set up. It's not a thing, it's not how people meet anymore. Not to mention most people are uncomfortable with the idea of setting up friends or dating friends of friends because of how it could affect the friendships if there is a breakup

      Church? If you live in normal town you can choose from the maybe 3 or 5 women your age in your church (mine growing up didn't even have that many), and odds are they're married off by 22 or 23 anyway. And once again, going at the angle of choosing from 2 or 5 or 10 women, each one you probably have a 5% chance with, is a bad numbers game.

      Clubs and activities? Single women don't join clubs after college. There's no regular meeting event or sport or hobby that single girls go to in throngs and you have the chance to meet them. Girls go out with their boyfriends, or in large groups of female friends who act as wienerblocks.

      Meeting any irl route is not only going to be a small chance of success per woman, but also just a smaller pool of choices. You're playing dice with 5-10 rolls a year and hoping to get snake eyes.

      Online dating puts you through 1000s of women on a weekly basis. It's now rolling 1000 dice per week. Better odds

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >You're incredibly out of touch.
        And you need to work on your reading comprehension. Those two posts were replies to a comment (one of them even quoted it so you have no excuse for missing this) about what dating was like *before* dating apps and the internet. Your rebuttal, about dating *today*, while potentially informative, is utterly irrelevant to that conversation.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The implication was that if people today were out living their lives and not being "autistic morons" on their phones all day they'd meet and interact with more people which would then mean meeting women.

          I refute this. Even people who have very active social lives don't meet just throngs of available women.

          I've never really understood going out with complete strangers. I tend to meet people through common interests, and really only date people I already know.

          >Be a man post college in Business, STEM, Labor, or any other 99% male field
          >Have male interests, largely male friends
          >All your coworkers are men, and their coworkers and friends are largely men

          "Just date people you already know"
          >It's all men

          hot incel take and a cool blog. kys

          Not an incel, I've been with many women and all were from dating apps because it's the only realistic way to efficiently meet women

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Dunno what to tell you, man. I know women into gaming, tabletop, hacking (I don't tend to date other hackers, they are annoyingly political quite often), anime, bowling... pretty much every interest I've ever been involved with. I skipped out on college, don't know if that alters the experience or not.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Turning gay is the only option. Do you accept?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I refute this
            Congratulations for taking such a strong stand against your own strawman position. Very brave of you.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        There aren't thousands of women on dating apps anon. They are dominated by desperate, mentally ill men

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Der schooler strikes again

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > Don’t even attempt to speak to women in real life fellow young adult men; it’s a fruitless endeavor. Only speak to images of women through text on the internet this is much more normal I promise.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Goddamn but you're an ignorant and pathetic frick.
    Before dating apps, meeting people was done in person, you would be introduced by friends or friends-of-friends of either you or various family members or business associates. A good word about you by one of her friends goes a really long way.
    Or you went to the same church or at least nearby churches, my parents' church had monthly youth hangouts where all the kids in the 16-20 range from nearby churches would meet up in the recreation center with a few adults as chaperones and they'd lock the doors and you were stuck with each other with nothing to do but play board games and talk; anybody that was single would go to these things whether willingly or not. The benefit for the church was it increased the odds that the kids would marry within the church, the benefit for the parents was it gave them a date night, the benefit for the kids was forced interaction with the opposite sex.
    At various times I dated the daughter of one of mom's coworkers, a girl from church, a girl I met at a cousin's superbowl party, a girl I met at a friend's halloween party, and a college friend of the girlfriend of a friend. The last one is the one I wound up marrying; we recently celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've never really understood going out with complete strangers. I tend to meet people through common interests, and really only date people I already know.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    hot incel take and a cool blog. kys

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >The odds of meeting someone of your tastes, who is single, compatible, and equally interested in you are astronomically low.
    At this point the odds of meeting someone i won't regret fricking after I cum are 0 and this is my only standard. It all pointless either way LTR aren't a thing anymore.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >trying to attract a soulmate
    >via dating apps
    moron. Try being opinionated.

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