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Is Online Dating a Waste of Time For a Guy?

Is Online Dating a Waste of Time For a Guy? Topic: Making money with writing online
July 17, 2019 / By Darby
Question: I have been getting basically no responses on the messages I send out. I'm convinced that every profile is fake or the girls are just looking for attention. I always write a thoughtful message commenting on a similar interest, etc, but they don't even view my profile or message me back. I have good pictures, I make good money, have a good job, look well groomed, dress well, etc and nothing. I even made a woman profile just to see what my competition was and it's mostly all ghetto black guys and hispanics with missing teeth, who live in trailer parks, etc. I don't know how I'm losing out to these guys... so I'm so lost.
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Braidy Braidy | 6 days ago
I think you are making this up, but I will answer as you wrote the question. Depending on which online site you are on, yes, some of them are a waste of time, and some use fake profiles. Your good money, good job stuff doesn't matter. Girls have better things to do than answer all the messages they get. The hotter the girl, the more messages she gets. Guys get almost zero messages first. What message are you sending out?
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Braidy Originally Answered: Persuasion.homework a waste of time?
1. If the only time you spent studying was actually in lessons at school, you just wouldn't accomplish enough to get a proper education. The alternative to giving kids homework would be to keep them in school for an extra two hours every day, which would be horrible! 2. To ensure that you understand a subject, a teacher needs to see what sort of work you can produce on your own, out of the classroom, without the support of teachers or other students. 3. Kids need to learn how to work/study independently, without a teacher breathing down their neck. Homework teaches kids to manage their own time and to motivate themselves, which are both valuable skills they will need when they go to college and after that, when they get a job.
Braidy Originally Answered: Persuasion.homework a waste of time?
Homework helps a student think deeply about a subject. At school, you only have enough time to 'scratch the surface', but at home you have time to really get to the meat of the subject. Also, repetition in certain subjects like math, help the student retain information- at school you don't have enough time to do a lot of problems to really understand and memorize what you're doing. Homework also helps reinforce some lessons, if you read an essay on martin Luther King in school, you can learn even more about the man by doing outside research. Homework is also helpful in studying for tests

Albina Albina
A lot will agree that the best way to find a long term relationship is through work, voluntary work or school. People will see you often enough to build confidence with you and might eventually take an interest in you. What's more is that you'll know a little bit about your personalities before dating so chances are it won't be a waste of time.
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Trey Trey
It can't be any worse than going to bars and nightclubs to find women. At least with online dating, you don't have to ply some ***** drinks just to get her to talk to you.
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Trey Originally Answered: Does anyone else feel like college is a waste of time sometimes?
Most colleges don't make you take four years of French. They make you take four terms of the same foreign language. So you have less foreign language to take than you think, and you are free to switch over to a language that would be of value in many broadcasting jobs, namely, Spanish. You may also want to do some research and see if you can find any colleges you could transfer to which rely less on tests, and more on other things in terms of their grading. I don't know where you are, so I can't suggest any specific for you, but an example is Hampshire College. In fact, some schools, like Hampshire, don't have required classes - so if you were to transfer to that type of school, you would never have to take French again. Instead, you'd work with your advisor to plan classes that you and she feel are relevant to your goals. That type of school may suit you a lot better than your current college. You can also check to see if, once you get past a certain level at your school, if the classes rely less on tests. That's sometimes the case. As for the friends - that is tough. I might suggest that you get involved in broadcasting and etc. on campus, and do as much as you can for them. This will build your resume, and also may help you make some friends through those activities.

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