Senior Don Juan
- Jan 31, 2023
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I quoted OP's "life plans, career goals and ambitions" as approximately what I wanted to say, but in OPs own words. So you're kinda disagreeing with OP's first post more than me. To join that disagreement, I don't recall ever going over "life plans and career goals" on a date. Why would I plan my life with someone I've just met, unless I wanted to seem desperate?I strangely enough agree and disagree with you bro.
I agree with this: There's a danger here you swing too far, like a pendellum, from revealing too much and then hiding too much
you dont wanna be Robocop, or Terminator on a date because dating coach Mr smv 5 said to talk as less as possible because "it creates mystery " haha.
but disagree wwith this: For example, your "life plans, career goals and ambitions
the latter doesn't has to be any of her business(yet). Most men use these features to impress women, but imo its not the way to go.
E.g you could be a...freaking millionaire hiding your true worth by dressing simple, driving a 2011 3 doors Honda, and taking her on a easy date for some Moroccan thea and that's it.
If SHE asks you about it too much...you know you're dealing with a Jezebel already...
If I can reword that more to my liking, I'd say: Women want to filter out guys with no jobs who are going nowhere. In my experience (expat), women always ask what men do on a first date - maybe as a first question. They need to filter out guys with no jobs who are going nowhere. It's a starting point for a guy to talk about himself, reveal something she needs to know, and hopefully hand the conversation back to her.
How frequently do you encounter gold diggers? They seem rather rare. I heard a celebrity claim you can tell based on what they're interested in: your watch, where you got it, how much it costs, etc.