How to spot players online dating
How this plays out online takes time and dedication.He’ll text you first thing in the morning so that he’s the first thing you think about.If a player is juggling many men or women at the same time, you’ll soon spot that they only want to know you when it suits them.
Alright, be lenient if it seems like he has a "good side," but if he has a "good facial expression," run fast. Artistic cropping in the same exact way in 14 shots? He's "coming out of a relationship." He's "focusing on work." He "travels a lot." Listen, he's not looking for more friends. At best, he's looking to have sex with someone he vaguely enjoys the company of while he's putting on his pants and booking it out of her apartment. Watch where he keeps the kitchen scissors and sleep with one eye open, girl.
You already know to proceed with caution (or not proceed at all) if a guy has no pictures of himself on his profile, but what about photos that look like clones of one another? Find someone who's short hair, but doesn't really have a preference?
You’d probably ask them questions about their life, show an interest in their stories, and reign in blabbering about yourself.
If he or she doesn’t really seem focused on getting to know you better, it could be a warning sign. Dating On Their Terms If you’re getting mixed messages and it seems that he or she only wants to talk or meet up when they are the one setting the terms, this can set alarm bells ringing.
Generalised/Overboard Compliments If you’re getting a lot of physical comments on your appearance or he/she seems to be very forward about meeting up and how you could be the one, tread carefully.