Relationship and dating and games

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As long as both people’s interests align, a bit of games to reach results might not only be OK, but also a sign of social skills and an indicator of quality.the pleasure and excitement for the upcoming high-quality meat, then it’s all good.But at the same time, always reserve final judgement until you see concrete proofs.To uncover the “we’re alike” game, throw him some curve balls: X is either someone who’s know that famous or a made up name.I am strictly speaking of people that put their feelings through a phone, a tablet or a desktop keyboard in hope that the recipient knows what they mean and understands them and hopefully returns the sentiment, indefinitely.Potentially enabling the possibility for things to become real at some point.This is a dating game that has been growing in popularity recently.The plan is to present himself as adventurer, globetrotters or any sort of label that evokes excitement and the idea of a girl in every port.

And I lose interest if I don’t see reciprocated interest and/or if the first date is not hot enough to make us lovers.A similar game is to present himself like what he thinks she wants.Or going for a stereotypical “great guy image” he thinks will surely make an effect.But, and here’s what they try to angle for, women will move much quicker to bed if they know that he will never be their boyfriend… It’s not a bad idea, also considering all dating books for women suggest to indeed let him wait for sex –a strategy I don’t fully agree with-.Also read: The idea here is that people want what they cannot have, which is in part true (Cialdini). The best move here is doing the exact same back to him, only a tad meaner: In either case, he is now proving himself to you.

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