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This Is Why You Should Never Listen To A Woman’s Advice About…Women

I almost deleted this comment but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to rip it to shreds.

I’m a woman and recently on ok cupid. I would say most of this is good advice. However, I don’t have low standards, despite the fact that most guys on there are clearly unable to date in the real world for a big reason. Wading through them feels like an overwhelming chore and I like very very very few guys on there. Most of whom think they’re gods gift to the world within this pool of not so awesome guys. Be careful of confidence vs. cockiness, ego is the first reason I move on in a profile. No girl wants to date an egotistical or narcissistic guy. A LOT of them are on there. Confident guys are sexy but there’s a difference and we’re looking for it. Suggestion A: Say that you treat women with respect and are chivalrous / like to open doors ect. Big thing for us. Suggestion B: don’t put up all pictures of you in hats – we will assume you’re bald and not willing to own it. Soon many f-ing guys do this. Annoying, move on. Also says NO confidence. Suggestion B: A girl like me who is 5’10” is honestly going to walk away after 5 minutes if you said you were 6″ and you’re only 5’8″. Its not personal it just doesn’t work, so I don’t suggest lying about your height more than an inch. I do have a filter on my search for height, but it’s for a reason. Suggestion C: I assume if a guy can’t find one friggin clear picture of himself for the main one, all the rest are going to be worse AND he’s hiding something about his appearance. If you can’t be honest about what you look like, I assume you’re never going have the balls to ask a girl out. Another move on. Suggestion D: Don’t put a picture of you skiing where you’re so small I can’t even see your face. I assume you’re hiding your appearance – again. E: DONT put a picture up of you and you’re hotter guy friend. We’ll click thinking, “I hope it ‘s the hot guy!” And then when we realize you’re the other guy it’s so disappointing and we leave. Comparison is a bad idea for anyone. F: Don’t message a girl saying “Hey, you’re hot” – jesus – I would never respond to that. Neandrathal is all I think. “I think you’re absolutely beautiful… is fine and nice. G: Don’t assume girls on OK cupid are losers who can’t get a date in the real world. We have a different psychology. I get asked out constantly, at work, hiking, ect. I’m looking for an awesome, confident, interesting, intelligent guy with his own shit going on, who’s not a bartender unless he’s working on a new business or a degree etc – and who will want to treat me well. They’re hard to come by, especially in this city. I know many beautiful normal extraordinary girls on okcupid. Don’t assume you’re fishing at the bottom of the barrel and approach it that way and you will probably get a date. Good luck guys. Jenn

Apparently paragraphs are a lost art. While some of her points regarding guys in the real world, and OKC being a “chore” (must suck having unlimited free dinners and drinks, the poor thing), are valid – her advice is just a straight up sorry sack of moldy turds. So, let’s tackle them point by point.

Suggestion A: Say that you treat women with respect and are chivalrous / like to open doors ect. Big thing for us.

Nice guys finish last. See example one, two, and check the archives for plenty proving otherwise. Do you think Charles Manson opened doors for his bitch?

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Suggestion B: don’t put up all pictures of you in hats – we will assume you’re bald and not willing to own it. Soon many f-ing guys do this. Annoying, move on. Also says NO confidence.

Going to have to give a little bit of credit here – hats aren’t always a good luck, unless you can rock it like Matt Bomer (right) can. Too many baseball caps makes you look like a frat boy, and I have a feeling she’s not talking about guys pulling off classy hats like this.

Suggestion B: A girl like me who is 5’10” is honestly going to walk away after 5 minutes if you said you were 6″ and you’re only 5’8″. Its not personal it just doesn’t work, so I don’t suggest lying about your height more than an inch. I do have a filter on my search for height, but it’s for a reason.

Notice that this suggestion is her second “Suggestion B”. Apparently a woman who doesn’t know the alphabet thinks that she is qualified to give dating advice. And yeah, that is a bit of an exaggeration on height. You can get away with an inch or two as my post itself mentions, but nearly half a foot is pushing the envelope.

However, the hypocrisy reeks in this suggestion. I wonder how she would feel if there was a filter for cup size?

Suggestion C: I assume if a guy can’t find one friggin clear picture of himself for the main one, all the rest are going to be worse AND he’s hiding something about his appearance. If you can’t be honest about what you look like, I assume you’re never going have the balls to ask a girl out. Another move on.

I’ve used one picture, and NO pictures, to great success. Haven’t you heard of mystery?

Suggestion D: Don’t put a picture of you skiing where you’re so small I can’t even see your face. I assume you’re hiding your appearance – again.

Yes, because it’s such a bad thing to utilize pictures of you doing cool shit – that’s SO unattractive to women.

E: DONT put a picture up of you and you’re hotter guy friend. We’ll click thinking, “I hope it ‘s the hot guy!” And then when we realize you’re the other guy it’s so disappointing and we leave. Comparison is a bad idea for anyone.

Shallow, again. Sheesh, and women say men are bad.

F: Don’t message a girl saying “Hey, you’re hot” – jesus – I would never respond to that. Neandrathal is all I think. “I think you’re absolutely beautiful… is fine and nice

Again, I doubt Charles Manson ever calls his woman beautiful. It’s probably more like, “Hey slut, go make me a sammich.” WOMEN DO NOT RESPOND TO COMPLIMENTS.

G: Don’t assume girls on OK cupid are losers who can’t get a date in the real world. We have a different psychology. I get asked out constantly, at work, hiking, ect. I’m looking for an awesome, confident, interesting, intelligent guy with his own shit going on, who’s not a bartender unless he’s working on a new business or a degree etc – and who will want to treat me well. They’re hard to come by, especially in this city. I know many beautiful normal extraordinary girls on okcupid. Don’t assume you’re fishing at the bottom of the barrel and approach it that way and you will probably get a date. Good luck guys. Jenn

Jesus Christ, pretentious much? This whole comment you left, Jenn – was nothing but a cry for attention talking about how great you and rationalizing all the reasons you’re on OKCupid to yourself. In your case, the reason you’re on OKCupid isn’t because you can’t get a “real world” date – I’d wager it’s because every guy that you go out with wants to slit his wrists after listening to your selfish rants, and they never call you again. Thus, you turn to OKCupid in the hopes of finding your prince charming. Except, you’ll never find him because you’re probably a 6 at best, and close to the wall, too. So go ahead and look for your “awesome, confident, interesting, intelligent” guy – but with your lack of intelligence (i.e. paragraphs) and your cunty outlook on life, I’ll wager you’ll be fishing on OKCupid and Tinder for many, many years to come.

 

  • November 26, 2014
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