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    this thread has been an interesting read

    for me personally, i like someone who has his values about right... someone who is positive at the end of the day... someone with a sense of humor and conversational skills... someone who i find physically attractive... i think that's about it for me. it's attractive, if someone believes in themselves and knows themselves, but doesn't take themselves TOO seriously.

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    I may have posted in this thread before but I can't remember.


    1,2 & 3.) They are not fascinated by assholes and they will not become bored if you show a 'human side'. You sound patronizing to women by even asking that question. Which is, quite obviously, you venting your frustrations, rather than a question you actually expect an answer for. With an attitude like that, you wouldn't understand what women are attracted to if, whatever it may be, hits you in the face with a shovel.


    As for the couple of posts I did read, I guess my fellow typec dwellers have pretty much said the same thing in different words.

    Now if you really want to learn something, go and create a new thread where you actually ask what women are attracted to rather then telling them they're all attracted to Jerks.

    Quote Originally Posted by yvonne View Post
    this thread has been an interesting read

    for me personally, i like someone who has his values about right... someone who is positive at the end of the day... someone with a sense of humor and conversational skills... someone who i find physically attractive... i think that's about it for me. it's attractive, if someone believes in themselves and knows themselves, but doesn't take themselves TOO seriously.

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    Who called you an asshole???

    Games are pointless

    guys who say they're "Nice" guys are not nice guys...

    You're getting treated this way because you're not just being your self first off.

    You're "pulling"

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    The trick to women is to just be yourself. Women appreciate genuine people, they do not like being deceived. They get enough of that from other women. Just show your cards and what you have to offer.

    There's bound to be a woman out there who like you for who you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    The trick to women is to just be yourself. Women appreciate genuine people, they do not like being deceived. They get enough of that from other women. Just show your cards and what you have to offer.

    There's bound to be a woman out there who like you for who you are.
    And if your genuine self isn't appealing to women, then fake a cooler self. It'll work if you say "honestly" and "I'm not kidding!" regularly while faking. It will make it seem genuine.
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    It is all in your presentation.

    If you "pull" for women (just trying to get them in bed) you don't respect them so don't expect them to respect you.

    If you are looking for something real, you have to be real.

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    I don't think you get women because you're thinking of us as having a hive mind somehow. We don't.

    I don't think you place yourself in the group of males the same way you place females together. You dont think "I am exactly like every single guy I have ever met Ever." to yourself, do you? You know that sure, there are a lot of guys that may act similar.. and you may even act like those guys at some point in time. But you do not classify yourself, as your entire identity, as those guys. You are you.

    And +1 to the poster above me. How do you expect to attract a girl when you 'pull' at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    The trick to women is to just be yourself. Women appreciate genuine people, they do not like being deceived. They get enough of that from other women. Just show your cards and what you have to offer.
    Worst stock advice ever. What the hell is the point of being "yourself"? Yourself isn't getting laid. There is a valid point there in that you should be comfortable in your own skin and try not to lie, but being yourself just means being the nervous wreck you usually are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Worst stock advice ever. What the hell is the point of being "yourself"? Yourself isn't getting laid. There is a valid point there in that you should be comfortable in your own skin and try not to lie, but being yourself just means being the nervous wreck you usually are.
    Some women actually like nervous wrecks. It's actually quite appealing and more that a little flattering. Just as long as you aren't nervous when it counts, and by that I mean, when you need to speak up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Worst stock advice ever. What the hell is the point of being "yourself"? Yourself isn't getting laid. There is a valid point there in that you should be comfortable in your own skin and try not to lie, but being yourself just means being the nervous wreck you usually are.
    Well, it basically means be yourself. I'm sure everyone has a codes and morals they live by and make their decisions accordingly.

    If you're not getting laid, well, sucks to be you.

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