When to meet someone you met online dating

26 Jan

The hope is that my two young daughters will read it some day, and become immune to these antics. All it takes is a witty remark or flirty jesting to make a girl smile and break down any defensive shields around her heart.

This is difficult to accomplish in person, because it requires very quick thinking and perfect timing.

Here are a few helpful tips – from an “insider” male perspective – of 5 red flags you should keep an eye out for to spot a guy who’s trying to pull a fast one on you.In my college days, many moons ago, I perfected the art of meeting girls online.Of course, back then, “online” consisted of IRC chat rooms on the IBM Mainframe that connected together the University systems across the state, as well as the online email and electronic bulletin board system that all of the college students used to stay connected to one another. I was painfully shy when meeting new people – bordering on some kind of clinical social anxiety disorder, I’m sure.He’ll text you a sweet “good night” message just before you go to sleep – so he’s the last thing you think about. He claims he’s a repelling expert, with hair-raising stories to boot.He may even be so clever as to learn your work schedule through conversation, and text you the moment you get home. He may even drag you into all-night texting sessions. You mention you’ve taken some photography classes, and he announces he’s an expert photographer with ,000 worth of camera equipment. Rule of thumb is if he sounds too good to be true – if every one of your interests seem to mesh so perfectly into his – it’s probably not true. Some core interests may align, but not usually all. Yet, I still won’t claim I know everything women want. I am not proud of the games I used to play online in my younger years, just to get a date.