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And even though I think it's douchey, I realize that lots of guys like to play games that include leading girls on in order to get in their pants. Evidently, there are also girls who like to lead guys on in order to get a free dinner, too. But this OP actually does not see women as human beings. He does not want to talk to or get to know any women; he dislikes it, and he dislikes women.He just really feels he needs to have use of female genitalia, right now, and that he is somehow entitled to it - and he just needs to get his formula right.
And as I said on the other thread, most of the women here have picked up on it easily; no doubt the girls he's contacted online have as well.I know an ordinary looking short guy with no college education who manages a gas station for a living who hooked up with 3 different girls from Ok Cupid, one of them being his current girlfriend. If he can manage that, whatever you're doing on an online dating site is very, very wrong. Maybe it would've helped not to keep such rigorous stats though, who needs to look at it in #s form, that can't be good for you. I'd focus more on real life approaches, you're still in college right? Imagine how a girl would feel if she believed you were actually interested in her because of your dishonesty, and then figured out that you say the exact same thing to 284 other girls, and that you just want to bone ANY of them? If he had said "I only messaged 5 women" everyone on here would tell him he didn't message enough women.I think the biggest problem is, at least from reading the sample messages you've sent women, you seem cold and completely lacking in humor. I had a horrible time with online dating before I finally gave up and realized no one online wanted to date me (or even respond to my messages). How invested could you have been in those 283 random girls? If you want a one night stand, online dating isn't the best place to do it. Find a drunk chick, buy her a few drinks and take her home. Parties and the like...isn't that the kinda girl you want anyway? Imagine how a girl would feel if she believed you were actually interested in her because of your dishonesty, and then figured out that you say the exact same thing to 284 other girls, and that you just want to bone ANY of them? So which is it, a numbers game or "everyone's special".I have spent so much time trying to reach out and connect to so many girls and the vast majority of them never even responded.I wrote 283 girls within 25 miles of me and only 41 ever responded.Every time they didn't respond or a conversation petered off to nothing, that tiny bit was chipped away. I feel like I work really hard every day to stay in shape, to dress well, to learn, to build a future for myself and improve myself every day, but it's like no matter what I do or how hard I try, it's not enough for any girl I want to meet nowadays. I don't know how can I rebuild and maintain any sense of self worth in the face of such consistent and overwhelming failure. Depending on the other prospects, they will be interested, o rnot.
I can't help but think "is there something wrong with her, or is there something wrong with me? Dating, regardless of how you play it, is ultimately a numbers game. If the dates you've had ended up as loses, chalk them up and keep at it. Analyzing and reassessing will drive you insane, trust me I have been there and you don't want it to bring you down. Online dating is definitely a hit or miss so I wouldn't try to compare any results you've had with OLD to your personal dating game. U could be great in their eyes, but there could simply be other great people, as well.
I met my boyfriend online, he was the first guy I met.
I met another guy soon after, and he was actually more my type.
The population of guys like that still know that they are dealing with people.
Girls and guys play that game together; there are some winners, and there are some losers.
I know everyone keeps saying "don't take online dating seriously" but honestly, I feel like I've lost everything in a gambling binge; every message I sent was like another quarter (and another bit of my self esteem and confidence) down the slot which I could either win back by meeting someone or lose if they never responded.