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” It’s way sexier (and less confusing) to just say “I really like going to the movies and nice dinners” PERIOD. It’s ambiguous: Recently I was hanging out with my parents and some of their friends who are all in their 60’s. ” When I explained to him that it’s an abbreviation for “Laughing Out Loud” he replied to me: “That doesn’t make any sense because a lot of the time people use it at the end of statements that aren’t really funny” BINGO. When I showed the text to my girlfriends there was confusion over what he meant from the message. By the way, if I read in your online profile that you “like camping LOL and secluded places in the wilderness LOL” I might assume that you are actually laughing out loud (maniacally) as you write that sentence and that you are in fact, insane and probably looking to kill me. Do you really like “long walks on the beach LOL” or are you not sure?! If you like to dress up and speak Klingon, state it clearly and own the heck out of it.
Was he just being creepy by complimenting my ample bosom?
I don’t know what’s worse, the fact that she said no, or having to watch him make that long walk back … I’m always trying to help out some of my guy friends when it comes to dating.
After all, as a woman you would think I’d know a little something about what to say or not say to women right?
No matter your age, the way to connect with a man in the “I think you’re hot and would be interested in going out with you” way is to flirt.
When I suggest that to the over-40 single women in my dating workshops and coaching programs, I can see them cringe. Granted, it takes a different approach, but everyone likes to be complimented.
On March 24th 2011, LOL, along with other acronyms, was formally recognized by the Oxford English Dictionary.
But that won’t go so far as more substantive compliments. One last note: Remember that if he doesn’t go for your attempts, he probably knows something you don’t about why you’re not a good match.
Scanning the room for Ashton Kutcher or Howie Mandel!
Or being out at a bar and watching some guy make that long walk all the way across the bar to ask a girl to dance with him only to be rejected!
Everywhere you look there’s either a television commercial or new bestseller for women on how to find the perfect guy.
Now there’s nothing wrong with that because believe me, as a woman I can tell you we need all the help we can get! I mean, some of the tactics men have used to get my attention were so bad I swore I was on some kind of “hidden camera” show.