Gym rat dating
You could have one on: So part of online dating is being okay with starting a conversation with a complete stranger that you’ve matched with.
Some sites let either person send a message, while others like Bumble require the woman to get the party started. The best way to start a conversation (and keep it going) is to ask a question.
I loathe the people who go to the gym just for that.
If you need a 6-pack to attract women or to feel good about yourself, then you're probably very insecure. Not everyone who works out regularly is even in good shape.
Add to that the fact that our attention spans are insanely short, and no man is going to want to read a wall of text on your profile.
Instead, break up the content into short paragraphs so that they’re easy to digest.
He'd tell me how disgusting it was to see cellulite on the thighs of his female clients, stuff like that. Now I see men with hard bodies from time spent in the gym as being vain and self-absorbed until they prove otherwise.
If you need a 6-pack to attract women or to feel good about yourself, then you're probably very insecure. Not everyone who works out regularly is even in good shape. I'm not a 'gym rat' by any means, but I do work out regularly because I need to manage my weight and stay in shape.
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So you’ve bitten the bullet and created an online dating account…but now you have no clue what to write or what kind of pictures to post!
Some go to the gym daily, but are still overweight. But if you meet a guy who admits to going to the gym on a regular basis, don't assume he's one of these shallow, arrogant guys like an earlier poster described. Truth be told, I'd rather not bother; I'd rather get the positive effects without the effort.
But life doesn't work that way, so I do what I need to do. It's much smarter to get to know an individual person before making such sweeping judgments.