Maybe I am old fashioned, but in all honesty, we do not date anymore as a society.We have all become so focused on how quick someone texts us back, how many times they like our photos and statuses, or if they favorite our tweets.
When in all actuality if we all made our intentions clear and genuinely pursued someone, none of this would happen.There is a difference between a chase and being pursued -- a big difference.Chasing someone is simply flirting with them, leading them on without any intention of truly wanting them.Pursuing is genuinely making your intentions clear, and acting on those intentions.Taking the time to care for someone and their opinions and values.We have began to settle for the "I'm here" or the "I am outside" text message.Someone should take the time to come up to your door and introduce themselves. It is not the mind game of waiting for someone else to "text first" or call first. Dating needs to become a real true thing, once again.It is not the fact that someone has to text you back immediately, or post you as their WCW or MCM. Because quite honestly in today's world, we are going about it all wrong.Think about it -- if these are the things that we are beginning to base our level of connection with someone on, then what are we going to use to measure when we feel they are lying or when we want to get to know their hopes, dreams, and plans? This is common thinking among pick-up artists, who believe that if you're not being rejected frequently, you're not trying hard enough. ” isn't the right question, then what is the right question? Here's what all of these interactions have in common though… Any dumbass can say the first thing that comes to his mind on Tinder, or blurt out pick-up lines in public, or copy and paste pre-written come-ons on Facebook. In hopes of improving their odds, guys with this objective will make numerous approaches, on the way of thinking that “those who are interested will reply, and those who aren't interested just won’t reply”.