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At some point a woman is going to ask "what are you looking for? There's no right answer to this question. You have to be honest with yourself when joining a dating site. If you say the wrong thing, come across as aloof, or aren't honest the woman will move on. Take too long to answer, and women will think you're avoiding the question which is not a good sign. It's critical you know what you want, so you know how to answer what you're looking for when asked by women.
If you strictly want sex or a relationship, tell them. Maybe a hookup, maybe someone just the hang out with, maybe something more?
Remember, this is only if you are open to anything on Tinder and not looking for anything specific. Recently a study explored the difference in intent between male and female Tinder users. Although the results were fairly similar, the intent for one night stands was the main difference between genders.
Which I assume a lot of you would have already known. Another interesting point I take away from this data is the variation in what ALL people are looking for, regardless of being male or female.
This could sound a bit confusing to some of you, but let me give you an example to help illustrate what I mean. Question: What are you looking for on Tinder?
I downloaded it mainly out of boredom and some curiosity. You can and should still be honest though, but can do some a little more ambiguously. Just remember to try and be as honest as you can with what it is you are looking for on Tinder.
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When he asks you : what are you looking for ?
Not many. But through their actions, a savvy girl will catch on quick.
More times than not, the man exactly tells the woman what he wants and not what she wants to hear. Women simply refuse to pay attention and twist what they say into what she wants to hear. And on and on… Men do tell you. Then women hang in there and hope they can turn it around by sex or being the best gf they can be, beleiving he will fall for her anyway. And no… Men do not run off when you use this tactic….
I gained my husband with this approach, as well as other Ltrs.
Everyone has a threshold, liking someone is not enough to stay with them. Which is why you keep sex off the table until you know his intentions… There is more to it than saying what you want.
If I am looking for the love of my life I am not having sex with just anyone…I am looking for a special someone to have sex with. If they want sex after that I tell them I do not know them well enough or have feelings deep enough yet to have sex.
If you are looking for a relationship and you date a woman you know for If both parties are on the same page in terms of overall dating goal. When the next guy I dated asked me, "What are you looking for? meeting via a dating app algorithm to ask each other, "What are you looking for? Also, what are all of the options when it comes to answering that question?. How even does a dream woman answer this question?? You DON'T. You simply tell the truth–that you are dating so that you can . He is in a relationship/ marriage website so I don't think he'd get scared by my explanation.
I think some posters misunderstood my question a bit—I could not care less where any of my dating endeavors are going. At this point, I have been in the dating game for so long, am so exhausted by it, and have temporarily given up all enthusiasm. If there were full disclosure in everything then I would have no issues.
I just want to know. Some great input here though, like I said, made a lightbulb go off…. I think everybody gave a different angle but I agree with most points.Real Questions, Real Answers: Online Dating and Other Dating Tips
Boundaries they only respect according to what you do. Patsy backs this up with that excerpt from the Players blog—good point, they ask just for the hell of it ilke Whiskey said and their appraoch is preetty much the same no matter what you say.
Best of all, there were hundreds of online dating sites waiting for me to Or do you look absolutely stunning—showing a little skin, wearing.
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How to answer what are you looking for on a dating site
I tell them that marriage and children are part of my future wants. Just be honest. I agree with the others. I would often state qualities l was looking for in a man -…lm looking for a man who is a good match for me, emotionally intelligent, masculine yet not overly dominant bossy!
I also stated l was dating to meet a man who interested me, someone l wanted to get to know more. But ultimately l. Put it out there what you want — scaredy cats need not apply!!! Name required :. Mail will not be published required :. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except as expressly permitted in writing by A New Mode, Inc.
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Or are you looking to start dating? Maybe you are just curious or bored, or somewhere in between. The fact is, everyone is on Tinder for different reasons, and it's. r/Tinder: A community for discussing the online dating app Tinder. And there are girls who only want a hookup and I don't want to answer in a way that would. It's critical you know what you want, so you know how to answer what you're looking for when asked by women. If you need message tips.
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Home › Forums › Texting Advice › When he asks you: what are you What should i say when a guy asks me: what are you searching for on this website? I don't think these answers would scare a guy away and if it does then you know he I also stated l was dating to meet a man who interested me. How do I respond to the 'what are you looking for' question? I just look for someone I connect with and hope that we are both on the same page. When I was online dating 6+ years ago, this was mostly what was in the. Honestly, when I got questions like that, my first thought was "not you." It's such a dumb question. I understand why it's being asked - the asker wants to see if.