Two kinds of harmful dating advice

Two kinds of dating advice you should avoid.
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  1. @primerodimus1 I feel you. Pray about it. Things might turn around for you, and me. You aren’t alone, since we are both feeling the same way.

  2. I’m going to live to be very old but I’m going to die alone. . .But I don’t want to die alone. . .But I’ve realized that I’m going to anyway, and there’s not a goddamn thing that I can do about it–it’s all too much for me.

  3. for me it kinda hard be funny i not really funny guy but i can talk and i can hear really well with hearing aid and i can be fun too u know. i try find date really hard women i like but i got bad luck cuz alot women dont like deaf somewhat or somepoint so i half deaf. sometime i afiad women react oh my god he deaf u know i have experice like that before.im 21 year old plz anyone help me out little bit. what should i do

  4. Guys,

    It’s really not hard to pick up girls. You just need to educate yourself and luckily, there’s some sick guides out there. “The Game” by Neil Strauss started things off for me and most recently, I’ve been using the techniques from P.Box.

    Here’s what you need to do:

    Step 1: Go to MackMethods. com

    Step 2: Get the “pandoras box” program

    Step 3: Use the tips and blend it in with your own twist

    Picking up girls is a skill. Educate yourself and you’ll laugh at how easy it is.

  5. Love your videos …. I totally agree with your video “Two kinds of dating advice you should avoid” … If I could give any advice it would be simply this BE YOURSELF!! Wear what you LIKE wearing … please don’t dress up to try and impress! :)

  6. He says dont try to hard, yes that is true dont go over board but do try to appear well dressed and groomed! I dont like it when guys show up for a date wearing faded clothes, unshaved face and oily hair! Come on make an effort!

  7. Yes, I couldn’t agree with you more. Great video. There is so much useless advice. that’s why I also made a site! =D

  8. Here is some Non harmful dating advice..statistically .men pay for the majoruty of the dating experience…byw why is this in 2011? and why when its an equal opprotunity meeting? ..the solution..suggest dinner ..during which if you can tell she isnt into you of vice versa ..simply ask the waiter for seperate bills after dinner…why pay for a woman who isnt into you ??,,you dont have to impress her anymore- besides it just isnt fair…

  9. @KattWhitewind ok ok u 2….. let me just speak for the ladies :D …we love masculine guys which includes sweat and all mhmm…but, we would like a kind gentlemen that takes us seriously by dressing and appearing hygenic and well groomed as we take time 2 make ourself appear fresh and beautiful for u. in other words we put effort into our looks and we expect the same…common sense, its a nobrainer really lol.take care

  10. oh my God, right on point. I’m a lady and its true if the lady isnt in2 u then she will look at the small things around her like where ur taking her, what a mess you have, etc..but yea overall thats definetly true 100%. pay attention guys lol

  11. i had a friend that was gonna take his g.f to mcdonalds for a date hahahahaah at that time i was like omg your messed up dont take her there take her somewhere else

  12. @KattWhitewind I was dressed nicely. Look lady, go find someone else to bug and pass judgement on. Your attempt to guilt-trip me into feeling like I’ve insulted someone simply for riding a bicycle is just wasting everyone’s time. But yes, next time I will rent a limosine and a tux when I’m going a few blocks to StarBucks. Thanks for the advice.

  13. @SlowDaddie Wow, devolving into insults when someone is trying to help. How mature.

    Where the hell did I say anything about feeling guilty about the bike? Forget the bloody bike! Sheesh.

    And right, getting upset over a tiny bit of sweat on your forehead is idiotic. From what you said I derived that perhaps you were sweating more profusely than that.

    And to rephrase what I said before: dressing to the nines is not expected; looking at least decent on ANY first impression pretty much is.

  14. @KattWhitewind You’re a moron. I don’t feel any guilt for simply riding my bike down the street. Yes, there was some presperation on my forehead. That’s what happens when you bike. Seriously, it was STARBUCKS. We’re going to the Academy Awards with President Obama.

  15. @SlowDaddie I see you completely missed what I said about the bike. The bike…should not have mattered. At all. Good for you for riding a bike instead of driving, even.

    Showing up to make a first impression while sweaty (I am assuming more than marginally) might say that you don’t care enough to look nice for her – or maybe that IS you looking nice. Thus, disrespectful or slovenly. Would you go to an interview like that? Or to meet her parents? Likely not.

  16. @KattWhitewind How is being active and in-shape considered being “a slob”? How is riding my bike down the street disrepecting a woman?

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