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Even I was shocked by some of the things that were said.
I don't understand why people date on Tinder in the first place. Here's the truth about Tinder: it's used by a bunch of people who usually lie about their height and their weight. You've got a few words and a few pictures, and most of them don't look like their picture at all because they're putting up what I call... Pictures that they think will actually hook somebody.
Will he continue to pursue me when I start needing or pursuing him?
) She knows she’s the prettiest woman at the party, but she also knows she’s a little girl seeking love.
The questions/comments are designed to (referring to the earlier examples, respectively): A) Get what is due her as a desirable lady being courted by a man B) Confirm your attraction to her above others C) Differentiate you from the jerks D) Know that you’ll seek to understand her and be a better man for her But the desirable woman doesn’t want to broadcast her insecurities, so she hides them through wit and challenge.There is no scientific definition for the “shit test,” but it is generally defined as follows: “the test a woman gives a man in the early stages of dating, usually through curious and sly questions or comments.” Here are some example and their categories (they vary in shittiness): A) Some deal with your courtship rituals such as: “I can’t talk with a man until he buys me a drink” B) Some deal with her sex appeal, like “that bartender (woman) is so hot? ” C) Some deal with your dating habits, like “so you’re quite the player, aren’t you? She’ll may tell a joke (it could be unintelligble) and say, “You’re a little slow, aren’t you? The shit test is often interpreted as the test a woman gives to see if he is worthy of her.” Women do this, sometimes consciously, sometimes not. It is her way of weeding out the pussies from the men.One thing’s for certain: he’ll always give you the truth, whether you can handle it or not. I am the producer and host of Speaking of Partnership, a podcast that was inspired by a life of wearing the badge of self-sufficiency and independence proudly, until I realized it wasn't really a badge..was armor.My passion is helping you experience the power and payoffs of partnership by understanding and appreciating the opposite sex so you can feel safe, confident and understood in your personal, professional and family partnerships.
I can get into a conversation via IM - Facebook Messenger. They're not really altered because Facebook is a place where friends are connecting.