When a man is upfront and honest about what he wants, believe it! Whether you’re having online conversations or talking on the phone, if a man isn’t asking you questions about yourself so he can get to know you better, that should be a red flag to you. Lay It All On The Table serves himself to you on a silver platter.
Men to avoid dating
If he says he “majored in everything” or gives you some other answer you know can’t be right, put that fish back in the water! Some College by his terrible grammar, bad sentence structure, and lack of using periods.
For example, “Hi sexi u beautiful u wana talk are meet up I hafta get to no u and sho u a gud time wit me.” Delete this message and never look back!
Scammer is the man who asks you for money or favors.
I don’t care if you’ve been talking to a man for two weeks or two months, NEVER give money to anyone you are talking to from an online dating site or online dating app.
So, instead of going with the full-blown lie of having a college degree, which they can’t pull off, they claim “some college” to gain points with you.
A friendly and non-confrontational way to see if a guy actually had some college is to ask him what he majored in or some other school-related question.
If a man can barely spell and put together sentence, he’s not right for you. And, if you’re reading this you are far too intelligent to date a man who can hardly spell or write! Superficial will immediately ask to see more pictures of you before he even knows your name.
If a man asks you to send him more pictures of you before taking the time to ask you about yourself and get to know you, move on! Nothing Serious is the guy who puts “I’m not looking for anything serious” on his profile.
When you see a man put “some college” on the education section of his profile, majority of the time, it means no college at all.