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Never Let Her Cancel on You Twice

As I’ve mentioned before, a big problem in Korea is girls who flake on you.  You might have plans set in stone with her for Friday night, then when the time comes, she’ll either send you a cursory text message a few minutes before you’re supposed to meet or she sometimes just won’t show up at all without even calling. 487 more words

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Reflections on Weekend in Seoul

I originally intended to write this as an analysis of what exactly I said and did in order to get phone numbers from the girls I talked to, but I think that won’t actually be as useful as a broader analysis of the situation and thoughts on what to change going forward. 857 more words

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Summary of Weekend in Seoul

This last weekend, I had my first weekend out recording my approaches and what happened in trying to look at it more analytically.  Overall, it was not a spectacular success or failure, but it did give me some ideas on how to improve my data collection going forward.  1,475 more words

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Never Be a Beta Orbiter

If you’re still on it, go to your Facebook or Instagram feed.  Look at the profiles of 2 or 3 attractive girls you know.  Look at the mind-boggling amount of activity on their pictures in terms of likes and comments.  665 more words

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The 3-Day Rule

I’ve heard, as I’m sure you all have, the mysterious rule about not calling a girl for 3 days after getting her number.  This is supposed to show that you’re not needy and let her think about how much she likes you and wants to see you again.  712 more words

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Ditch Her

After a long weekend of approaches and getting numbers, you start sending out the Monday messages and try to organize your dates for the week.  You get a few bites and set up the details.  323 more words

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Be The One She Remembers

Last night I was talking to a friend, and he mentioned a girl he had met the weekend before but didn’t hook up with.  She seemed pretty interested in him that night evidently, but now the line has gone dead.  330 more words

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