Do you have to get ripped and take your shirt off for dating success?
So I could say these women online and in real life were truthful, which is what I usually believe (although now I'm re-evaluating that.) Or I could say they were You don't mean I have to be ripped with my shirt off to get anywhere, do you? Would it make me to shallow if I said that's fine with me? And by "you" I mean people in general - not you specifically.in the future, when someone is shy or a loser, it's a better idea that you tell these "shy loser guys" just to give up and stare at the wall.. Also, in reference to someone's earlier post about guys suggesting that he bulk up and take a pic with his shirt off... It's either that we don't know how to write a profile, or don't know how to write a message, or that we just take bad profile pics.Please don't - I doesn't send a very good message IMO. The first thing I thought when I read this was, I love myself so much that I am well acquainted with Rosy Palms. I've seen lots of guys stressing over not getting dates on POF, and when I look at their profile pic, I can see why. The exact profile pic I put up there, personally I consider to be one of my better ones.I think a lot of women will agree with me on that.women on there? It's almost as if women are concerned that if they said what's wrong with me, it would confirm stereotypical views about what women want, and that's an area that's so controversial it must be avoided at all times. Girls are just offering *nothing* at all about what I should be doing differently. Props for not wanting to treat women like products in a catalogue.It certainly looks like a collective problem at this point, as if they are all finding the same few things wrong with me. I haven't had one person anywhere say "let's see your profile," or anything like that. And props for being smart/realistic enough to know that life/love don't always work out nicely for everyone like the world says it will.