Dating stop being backup friend
Instead of taking things too fast, how about we take things slow for once and see what could happen.
Relationships that happen on the spur of the moment tend to not end too well, and I can relate to that.My friend who’s more experienced tells me that this is rare. I wish I could tell women not to put this kind of stuff in their profiles. It sounds callous, but those post-work hours are valuable.Women don’t make the first move very often (on this particular site, at least) and that I’m being crazy. I’d be much less scared if you ladies kept things more open-ended. Why go on a date hoping what someone says use the B-word or have nuptials on the brain?The only relationships I seem to have and the scant few dates I ever go on are with women who seem to have completely given up on finding a guy who has the qualities they’re looking for. I’ve had an encouraging number of women tell me that I’m handsome, sharp, and stylish. I flirt and play the dating game the best I know how, and I’m not a suck-up. My only theory is the immaturity of my age bracket — I just turned twenty-seven, and I feel more disconnected from my peers every day. I work very hard to put all of that aside, and give everyone a fair chance, but lately I’ve been discouraged.I actually had a lady friend say to me today, "I’m sick of guys. Any advice for a guy who always feels like the fallback plan?