“The 5 Years That Changed Dating”

The 5 Years That Changed Dating.” I think Tinder worked well up to 2015/16, then stopped working well, but I got on that bandwagon before most other people.

Today, cold approach is more powerful than ever because most guys simply won’t do it. Yet most women long to be approached by a hot guy who can push her buttons.

Author: The Red Quest

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5 thoughts on ““The 5 Years That Changed Dating””

  1. >> Today, cold approach is more powerful than ever because most guys simply won’t do it. Yet most women long to be approached by a hot guy who can push her buttons.

    I was planning a blog post about this.

    I don’t think it’s true. But the jury is still out. Gen Z is more anxious than ever about talking to strangers in public.

    I’ve talked to girls whom I’ve fucked from Tinder and they said they might not have gone out to me if I daygame approached them on the streets.

    It could be that cold approach is weaker than ever.

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    1. I don’t get the sense that Daygame is worse than before (although I have no historical reference point).

      Tinder is out for me because the filters generally prevent a 37 year old man dating a 21 year old girl. (I picked up a 21 year old Brazilian from Daygame and got the lay.)

      The feedback from women has been positive overall. I think the Gen Z’s might just be a little immature and startled.

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      1. I have seen a little bit of success using online tools w/ younger chicks, but that may have changed over time. I will also lie about age, to the extent possible, online.

        I think of online/offline as “yin” and “yang.”

        It’s also evident that most guys 33 or 35+ are NOT going to get the 8s online. So it depends on what you’re looking for. A player who really wants to crack the quality threshold, has to get offline, I think.

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