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Posted on Thu, Feb 02, 2006 10:44

I found this test on the internet about "skills for men to find women"...

I was wondering how well women would score on the test since it is all about attracting them...

Please post your results.

w w w . doubleyourdating. c o m /m/17012/meet_women_test/

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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 17:09

Rob we've come to terms that men are simple creatures. The truth is...the guy that wrote that test is counting on that theory and designed it so that everyone will fail. I mean how could you not fail? Even I failed trying pick up myself.



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 14:49

beautynbrains4u write:

"Skills for woman to find men" (not in the running). But right after I buy that coffee maker and sneakers..perhaps a man will be added to my shopping list...lol.

Did I read you have an interest in paintball? I've gone several times in Patterson, NY. Great fun...nothing like crawling on your belly thru the mud in your BDU's (battle dress uniform)!! Certainly gets the adenaline pumping...I'm on the hunt I'm after you...And if I may brag a bit, I often captured the enemies flag..of course I wasn't up against professionals. I prefered the fields to the cities...which were always more challenging...


No, not skills for women to catch men. Men are but silly simple creatures for the most part, and should not be difficult to catch at all...

The purpose of the exercise was to evaluate whether what the test author was peddling at his site was truth or bull crap from a woman's perspective. Remember the silly simple part? We flunk his test, and sure, we might just plunk down the $$$ so we can pass it, but if women don't respond to it, it would be a waste of time, effort and money.

Paintball is a great sport, and really has no gender bias at all, but is typically male dominated 98%. For you ladies, this might be a good place to go hunt men btw! LOL Literally and figuratively...

Actually a woman with a little strength and a little speed does quite well, as being typically you have a smaller frame and hide behind stuff easier. I love to shoot the jock boys out, as they are just a little too big and sometimes a little too slow.

My exWife used to love to play! She was a bit of a tomboy. And lord help the other side when it was that time of the month. She found it a great frustration/stress reliever. My last GF actually went and played once too. She did quite well for a newbie. I never could get her 16 year old son to go play though. It was a shame as 3 years before he was all about paintball, and I thought he might have enjoyed teaming up with an ex-tourny player... I won't say that I was good enough to go pro, but they did make me captain of the team, so I musta had a little skill. :o)



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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 19:56

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Mandalay207 write:
Goodlife is right...

Nothing says "romance" like "Hi."

I mean, the last person who said "Hi" to me...WOW! I couldn't believe my eyes, I almost fell over because of the excitement and jubilation because they looked at me, dead square in the eyes and said....."Hi."

Wow...what a day that was.....*sigh*

HI

Sheez QT get a room.

Hondo you keep telling me to get a room. Is there any room in particular that you would like me to get?

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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 17:40

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Mandalay207 write:
Goodlife is right...

Nothing says "romance" like "Hi."

I mean, the last person who said "Hi" to me...WOW! I couldn't believe my eyes, I almost fell over because of the excitement and jubilation because they looked at me, dead square in the eyes and said....."Hi."

Wow...what a day that was.....*sigh*

HI

Sheez QT get a room.



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Posted on Sat, Feb 04, 2006 09:11

BQ writes:

My motto is if the product looks to good to be true then there must be something wrong with it, I am missing something or it is my dang lucky day.

BQ




That is a sad tale of adventure you tell there BQ... But it is not unlike much of my experience as well.

I will say IMHO, that this being the year Twenty 06, everyone should atleast have a digital picture that they can share that is acurate and current.

There have been good with the bad though. I once had a woman tell me she was a model, but she had no picture (it was in the pre-You've Got Mail movie era though). When we actually met, I didn't recognize her and probably stood there and looked at her for about 10 minutes before I got brave and walked up to ask her name. LOL, I was thinking there ain't no way this fine looking woman is here to meet me! Unfortunately, she was still working thru her post-divorce issues and wasn't ready for a relationship yet.

Now with a picture, it is a totally different feeling. You see someone by physical appearance first, unless I guess you are psychic and feel them enter the room. When you see someone you are attracted to and then recognize them as your internet date, you get a warm fuzzy inside. First, you get confirmation of the attraction you got from the picture. And secondly, you also get a better indicator as to the accuracy of the profile text, and other communications as they appear to be who they indicated they were. Of course, it may be a more overwhelming feeling when they in no way resemble who they indicated, and would probably weigh negatively on the validity of their "data". LOL

Once you get confirmation on the physical plane, you can move on to other things like emotional state, intellectual growth, and spirituality. Of course, sometimes I think spirituality is the synergy of the mental and emotional.

I guess if you don't get quite the confirmation you thought you would, it is decision time on whether anything further is worth pursuing.

I think the old saying "Don't shoot until you see the whites of their eyes" holds true in this bizzare world of internet dating. Until you can actually get face to face with someone, all bets should be on hold...

Well Rob,

These experiences were way back in the 90's or late 80's ..now I am much more attune at what to do and expect about internet dating, it is still fairly new but my buddies were already expert at this.

Internet dating sure open you to a lot of prospect you would never have in your local town; then again it all boils down to how honest is the person you are meeting...you can read a profile but some of it was just a selling message.

I agree with you on the condition of spirituality...the mental and emotional are synergically connected...if the lady is connected with it all you will know also..

Psychic ? To a point..can tell in 10 minute after I meet a lady if it is worth persuing or not.

I always went with the next motto: never judge a book by its cover as you never know the content if you don't read in it.

I can feel for you Buddy about your experience meeting a off the internet. I wasn't into this really but 2 of my buddies were just awash in this type of dating..they even put ad in the newspaper for meeting Christian ladies and 18 of them showed up at a house party one time..I was surprised at the result lol..

It is the new century and new things goes with it I guess ha!

Enjoy your thoughts..

BQ



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 23:18

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Devoted, none were memorable! It was just the way they presented themselves that moved me . . . or, not.

Bottom line is, a man reveals himself in his profile and by what he says, for better or for worse.

So, if you're wrong for her, there is nothing you can do.

And if she's right for you, there is nothing you can do wrong!



Well Said !!!

I find it not so much the words themselves, but the feeling they impart. And once face to face contract is established, then their actions speak louder than the words. :o) Sometimes I have trouble remembering that.

I was home for the holidays in east TN once in the mid90's, my brother and I are both divorced, so dating and relationships was sometimes topic of conversation of dinner. I was talking about John Gray's "new" Mars/Venus book and some of the concepts and stuff in that.

Mom found some value in what Gray had said, but in the end, my mother's comment was "When you meet the right one, you won't need any books"...

And though the Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 kinda scares me, I dream for the time I need a book burning! :o)

Until then, is Dr. Phil's book worth reading ???? ROFLMAO



BQ writes:

My motto is if the product looks to good to be true then there must be something wrong with it, I am missing something or it is my dang lucky day.

BQ



That is a sad tale of adventure you tell there BQ... But it is not unlike much of my experience as well.

I will say IMHO, that this being the year Twenty 06, everyone should atleast have a digital picture that they can share that is acurate and current.

There have been good with the bad though. I once had a woman tell me she was a model, but she had no picture (it was in the pre-You've Got Mail movie era though). When we actually met, I didn't recognize her and probably stood there and looked at her for about 10 minutes before I got brave and walked up to ask her name. LOL, I was thinking there ain't no way this fine looking woman is here to meet me! Unfortunately, she was still working thru her post-divorce issues and wasn't ready for a relationship yet.

Now with a picture, it is a totally different feeling. You see someone by physical appearance first, unless I guess you are psychic and feel them enter the room. When you see someone you are attracted to and then recognize them as your internet date, you get a warm fuzzy inside. First, you get confirmation of the attraction you got from the picture. And secondly, you also get a better indicator as to the accuracy of the profile text, and other communications as they appear to be who they indicated they were. Of course, it may be a more overwhelming feeling when they in no way resemble who they indicated, and would probably weigh negatively on the validity of their "data". LOL

Once you get confirmation on the physical plane, you can move on to other things like emotional state, intellectual growth, and spirituality. Of course, sometimes I think spirituality is the synergy of the mental and emotional.

I guess if you don't get quite the confirmation you thought you would, it is decision time on whether anything further is worth pursuing.

I think the old saying "Don't shoot until you see the whites of their eyes" holds true in this bizzare world of internet dating. Until you can actually get face to face with someone, all bets should be on hold...


beautynbrains4u write:
Well Rob, I won't take it at this time since I'm not in the running....still shopping for my sneakers...need great shock absorbers and have to be built for speed..lol


Not in the running? Not sure I understand. I asked that perhaps a few younger women participate in the test to see if they found the techniques more inviting, pondering there might be an age bias to the techniques. And perhaps older women too? I don't want to exclude anyone, I was just wondering what others thought. Guys, don't feel left out either!!! It was kinda of a humbling test though. LOL, or let's just leave it at my techniques differ greatly from the author of that site.

But BeautyNBrains4u, I find your postings cool, and would always value your opinion on most any matter!



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 15:37

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Goodlife is right...

Nothing says "romance" like "Hi."

I mean, the last person who said "Hi" to me...WOW! I couldn't believe my eyes, I almost fell over because of the excitement and jubilation because they looked at me, dead square in the eyes and said....."Hi."

Wow...what a day that was.....*sigh*

HI

  
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Devoted, none were memorable! It was just the way they presented themselves that moved me . . . or, not.

Bottom line is, a man reveals himself in his profile and by what he says, for better or for worse.

So, if you're wrong for her, there is nothing you can do.

And if she's right for you, there is nothing you can do wrong!


The way I see it; is many people don't really say what they think and feel in their profile, it is just general things about their life, some are mis-representation also. Some use creative writing just to give you an impression which they won't live after you know them personally.

My buddy and I went out on dates in the West and they were internet type of ladies and number of them were deceptive to say the least,there profile just barely told the truth about them.. had a good laugh with my old buddy as he got suckered a few times with dates who claimed to be something else, one said she was very attractive etc.. but wouldn't send no picture and when he met her he told me do you want to be me lol..she was not pretty at all and in a poor physical shape. After a few occurences like this he demanded photos or no meet. It happened to me just once.

I don't believe but a very minor few tell it like it is, when a woman start putting so many positive qualities about themselves it makes me take a step back..if she is that great what is wrong with the local men? Someone would have taken note of her at work or other activities. I try to balance between vanity and reality.

My motto is if the product looks to good to be true then there must be something wrong with it, I am missing something or it is my dang lucky day.

BQ



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 09:08

Devoted, none were memorable! It was just the way they presented themselves that moved me . . . or, not.

Bottom line is, a man reveals himself in his profile and by what he says, for better or for worse.

So, if you're wrong for her, there is nothing you can do.

And if she's right for you, there is nothing you can do wrong!



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 08:56

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Maybe you guys should try this line:

"Hi."

Short, sweet, easy to remember!


(BTW Smart women see through lines and hate them, so by adopting them you pretty much limit your successes to the lower IQ range . . .)


Goodlife take mercy on us poor Men. Tell us o wise one what was the most moving first email you have received. Any of you ladies want to share one that you responded to?



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 08:22

Thanks for the clarifications ladies!

I think I'm well on my way now to proper "initial contact" methods!

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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 08:04

Mandalay if someone sent me an email with just a "hi" ... I would think 1) he's mentally challenged 2) he is challenged in the art of conversation and I'd be stuck with someone who has no clue how to converse...no thanks!

So elaborating on the "hi" is a good idea. Shows one has some mental and social substance to their character! :-)

Now we all know you have lots of character! No lacking for words! lol That was intended in a good way. Your posts are enjoyable and funny at times to read.



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 06:53

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I once sent an email to a woman that read: "Hi."

Her reply: "Could you elaborate more on that please?"


Ya know...you women sure can be confusing at times...go figure!


Yes, alleviating the confusion is what we all seek! Perhaps these sites are more aimed at younger men attracting younger women, as the responses so far seem very negative to the site author's information for sale...



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 06:46

Mandalay, she was encouraging you, DUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 06:41

I once sent an email to a woman that read: "Hi."

Her reply: "Could you elaborate more on that please?"


Ya know...you women sure can be confusing at times...go figure!

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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 06:31

If men only knew how women snicker and roll their eyes at attempts to teach men "tricks" to get women in bed.

GAWD! There are no "tricks!" Either she likes ya or she don't!!!!!!

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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 06:18

Goodlife is right...

Nothing says "romance" like "Hi."

I mean, the last person who said "Hi" to me...WOW! I couldn't believe my eyes, I almost fell over because of the excitement and jubilation because they looked at me, dead square in the eyes and said....."Hi."

Wow...what a day that was.....*sigh*

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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 06:00

Maybe you guys should try this line:

"Hi."

Short, sweet, easy to remember!


(BTW Smart women see through lines and hate them, so by adopting them you pretty much limit your successes to the lower IQ range . . .)



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 02:40

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Although you posed it specifically to Rob, Your new pic is great, cutiepie. Even though you've suffered through several bad haircuts, you've got the shape of face that could wear probably any style. And in this one, your eyes shine!

OMG, all of a sudden I'm getting this flash of 'would this work on a woman"???? Just so we're all clear now, I'm not lesbian (although ala Seinfield, not that there's anything wrong with that)...lol



Taking that you answered by what you would be most attractive to, I guess this guy with his "magical" techniques would strike out with you! You scored a 49/100... Don't feel too bad, I only scored 6 points higher with a 55.

You are right, sorry if my first post is unclear. What I was looking for was FOR WOMEN TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BASED ON THE RESPONSES THAT THEY WOULD FIND MOST ATTRACTIVE COMING FROM A PERSPECTIVE DATE. And see how they score with those feelings...

From the first two women that responded, it is not looking like such a good purchase to get more information from the site!

Curiouser and curiouser...if I answered what would work with me I don't get how the man could fail. "They" obviously don't know very much! And gee, Bob, there's a surprise, but remember not every one answer fits for all women. A man could get one answer right from this quiz and succeed if posed to the woman who positively reacts to it.

Hey, Rob, are you keeping a list of the women's responses? THAT could give you good info! For example, since I e-mailed my responses to you, how did your answers match to mine? If cutiepie didn't send her answers, why don't you send them, start a spreadsheet and viola! you have the beginnings of a very worthwhile database! Oh my, there's my IT side coming out....



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