Dating question and answer
If there was a currency for 'love', providers would be very poor. Because women aren't with them for who they are as a person. So if you answer a woman's dating questions directly, you're communicating that you're a provider from the beginning of a possible future relationship — which means a woman will conceal her true intentions from you in order to leverage you and get the benefits through you.
A few weeks ago, I published a blog post all about dating and relationships- Do You Follow “The Rules”? After hitting publish, I was flooded with comments, emails and tweets.
It appears that everyone has an opinion or story when it comes to this hot topic. After the post went live, I started thinking about how while dating isn’t easy for the ladies, I’m sure it’s equally frustrating for men in different ways.
Even when I met a girl at a bar it wasn’t a cold pickup, she had known a good friend of mine and we just happened to start talking (not quite friend of a friend, just happened to be in the same area and knew the same person). While I may be breaking some sort of unwritten guy code by saying so, generally I will at least run something by a friend when I’m texting something to a girl, especially if I don’t know her very well or met her online. As a guy, I don’t think we always feel comfortable asking each other questions about how a date went or what to say to a girl you like.
We make it a joke to ease into the transition of actually having a substantial conversation about feelings.
Obviously, you want it to go well, so that’s the main reason.