Push for Nudies
There’s nothing more aggravating for women than men they meet online who constantly harassing them for nude photos. This isn’t to say that they’re prudes. Women are sexual creatures as much as men are. And many of them are inclined to share nude pictures with someone they’re interested in or involved with. However, if you’re constantly pushing her to give them to you, you’re coming across as a desperate douche. Respect her right to reveal her body in time. And if she doesn’t want to do it over the Internet, respect that. Your chances of meeting her in person are going to drop drastically if you keep pestering you to flash you over webcam.
Insist on Showing Off Your Goods
This is some of the same logic as above. If she wants to see your dick, chances are good that she’ll ask. If, after you’ve only been talking a short while, you offer to show her everything, it can come across as abrasive, disrespectful, and desperate. If she’s found you on a site meant to help people connect and start dating, she likely didn’t approach you out of curiosity about the size of your dong. So please, have some dignity. Keep it in your pants until she asks to see it.
Barrage Her Inbox with Tons of Messages
So, you’ve found a woman and she seems genuinely interested in you. You’ve decided to converse for a bit before you take it up a notch and meet in person. What’s the next step? Not sending her scores and scores of happy, grateful, sappy messages every day. It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to be excited. But keep in mind, your relationship is still in fragile, fledgling mode. Which is to say that it’s very, very precarious. Just because she shows interest doesn’t mean that she wants to know all of your inner thoughts, feelings, and desires every minute of every day. Obviously she’s interested in what you have to say but there is such a thing as sharing too much. If you find that you’re sending her a ton of long-winded introspective messages every day, you need to engage your filter.
Talk About the Exes
Unless she specifically asks you, don’t bring up old relationships. If you keep insisting on that topic she’s going to realize you’re dwelling on other girls, and that’s not a good thing. Even if she does ask about old girlfriends, try to retain a modicum of respect. Instead of calling your ex an evil bitch, explain that relationship wasn’t going to work and you decided to end it. Spewing vitriol will make you seem petty and vindictive.