How to spot a player in the dating game
To avoid getting burned, here are 14 tips to easily identify a player.
We can’t walk around blindfolded and no one expects us not to notice an attractive individual when we’re out and about, but a player’s eyes are consistently wandering.
They use real life examples to illustrate the harm you could come to if you were with some of the other guys they know so that they can distract you from what they are doing. When his phone rings or beeps with a text message, he races for it. Obviously if you’re a woman that gets jealous when he so much as looks in the direction of the female species, I would skip over this point… I always hear alarm bells when I get approached by a guy and he manages to slip in something sexual, something far too over familiar very early into the conversation. When you talk to him in a public place, are his eyes wandering to other women as they walk by? Beware of men that don’t have even one friend amongst their crew that they can ‘look up to’.
If he is shady about taking or receiving calls, I would ask yourself what he is trying to hide. Men that are focused on getting a peek at your vagina rather than getting to know you, are Player Playa’s. This is a clear sign of disrespect but if it’s a consistent habit, it’s a sign of a guy that’s not interested in playing one on one. If your man has lots of friends that are shaggers, babyfathers with babymama drama, men that abuse, trust me when I say that he’s not learning very much that will do you any good. This shows a blatant disrespect for you and your time.
Now you can easily spot the different players in the dating game.
#1 Their profile picture is the one from two years ago on their social media profile.
There’s a huge possibility that they use that photo because it’s the only nice photo they have.
It’s easy to play with these factors because you can’t exactly force people to reveal themselves when they say they’re not ready. They can’t resolve themselves to the fact that they need to open up to people, so they come up with an online persona that reveals only the most non-incriminating details. It’s is especially hard for them when they see the competition, so they exaggerate their good points to draw more people towards them. They can be gold diggers, scammers, perverts, or even criminals. If that doesn’t help, you better take everything that person says with a grain of salt, or you could end up being Catfished or robbed of all your money. [Read: How to catch a Catfish – online fakers revealed] Liar alert: the ones who lie about their looks Some people lie about their appearance because they feel that their flaws can overshadow who they really are.
They can be insecure and really guarded because of this.