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    Well at least there's no beating round the bush I guess?
    :rofl::rofl:
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I thought they were genuinely nice until they said something weird(can't remember exactly). I couldn't block them for some reason so they kept on messaging me hi everyday.
    hi
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
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    Oh Alex.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Oh Alex.
    He almost won me over. :rofl:
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    He almost won me over. :rofl:
    If only he had said please!
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    If only he had said please!
    Oh, if only. :moon:
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Oh, if only. :moon:
    Sit on my chaise longue?
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    hi
    Why is everyone saying hi now?
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    hi
    Another one
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Another one
    hi
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    (Original post by FeloniusFunk)
    Sit on my chaise longue?
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Most have been said.

    I have one though: when their first message is something crude. I woke up to this lovely gem on Christmas Day 2015 ; Attachment 616152


    I prefer that line.
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    I prefer that line.
    Have to wait for approval, brah.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)

    I'm sorry, but why the hell would that actually impress a girl? You think girls are so shallow and vapid that they'll find that attractive?

    I mean yes some may like it, maybe they'll think it means the guy is mature and has his **** together. But imo you've just completely undone all that by feeling the need to announce it to the world. :rolleyes:

    Sorry, I just had to vent after seeing one two many.

    What immediately turns you off on Tinder?


    I was in a club in manchester once chatting up some girl. I mentioned the reason I was in manchester was cause I was looking to buy a house.

    and Jesus ...I've never seen a girl's eye's light up like that before
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    when they have gym in their bio and a shirtless pic (guys)
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    I was in a club in manchester once chatting up some girl. I mentioned the reason I was in manchester was cause I was looking to buy a house.

    and Jesus ...I've never seen a girl's eye's light up like that before

    Well no. It turns me off so incredibly much, it's borderline repulsive. Up there with a guy mentioning he drives a BMW :rofl:

    Cringe. You must have low standards because any decent girl finds it a major turn off. My girlfriends agree.
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    Yeah the 'recently brought my own house' type of guys should ideally be signed up to a sugardaddy website instead as it seems as if they think their wealth will impress a girl. Yes it will impress her... because she'll be hoping that you will be willing to spend on her. If not - don't mention your ****ing wealth and what its done for you.
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    The typical demanding a solid 9 when hes a 5 himself

    Even worse when it comes with a completely stuck up, over-selling profile where he paints himself out to be nothing short of a lothario and then you look at his pic and are like.... 'eh I just don't see it - average face, average bod, too short, crap dress sense, stupid pose... obviously still single for a reason!' :facepalm:
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    Well no. It turns me off so incredibly much, it's borderline repulsive. Up there with a guy mentioning he drives a BMW :rofl:

    Cringe. You must have low standards because any decent girl finds it a major turn off. My girlfriends agree.

    no, the girl was a solid 8+ actually.

    to be fair, she did seem fairly attracted to me before I said that.
    It's just when I said it, she seemed slightly more-so.

    I wasn't saying it to try and boast either, that was basically the only reason why I was in manchester and when in conversation I just ended up saying it.


    having said all that, If you see a man on Tinder trying to overcompensate a little with his assets, you shouldn't be too hard on him imo as society/media basically encourages men to act this way. I mean even in Aladdin he was pretending to be some rich prince in order to impress Jasmine as he was worried she wouldn't be interested...

    here's a song for you .......which you probably won't like......but this sort of thing and these sorts of messages are everywhere...

 
 
 
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