A Predatory Environment If you think your local bar or nightclub is the quintessential “Meat Market”, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.The online dating world is fraught with pick-up artists.Here’s what a few had to say (and all of them requested to be kept anonymous): From G. Maybe they want a relationship, so I tell them I want one, too.Some want a guy to be all adventurous, so I tell them about my last mountain climbing exhibition or how I bike a lot. It’s general enough to appeal to many different types of women.
These scammers deal in volume because different women take different lengths of time to coerce into the bedroom. in San Francisco: “I test the waters with soft lines.Early failure does not deter them from achieving success. Online dating provides them with a world-wide arena they would otherwise not have, where they can perfect their lines by trying them out on a multitude of people; where they can pursue whatever it is they’re after. Maybe online sex, instant emotional gratification, short-term love, one-way companionship, etc.I interviewed 50 men who use online dating sites to meet women. I check out their profile and can find out really quickly what they are looking for in a guy.After talking online for two weeks, the pair met and the man moved in with Jane after three to four weeks of knowing each other.In the auction description, called "Help Refloat Me, Buy My Rubber Ducks", Jane said she thought her former partner was a "knight in shining armour [who] turned out to be a professional conman wearing a suit made of tinfoil"."And his unicorn [was] just a horse with a strap-on on his head."The auction attracted more than 7500 views in just 24 hours.Think about it: If everyone fills out a 400-question compatibility survey, chances are decent that there will be some commonalities… If that’s the case, and the science/algorithms are so good/accurate, why would anyone have to spend 9 over 12 months to find someone with whom they click?