Dating a player
Basically this behaviour is the equivalent of that letch you saw in the supermarket car park last week that told you what a nice attractive bottom you have and what they would like to do to your bottom (but not in those words).
Treat the online equivalent with the same contempt and do not respond to them and DO NOT open the attachment, this just feeds their desire to shock.
Once they have metaphorically ‘shot’ you they have no further interest and will move on to the next victim.
The sad part is that the first night or weekend you spend together really is special, they are everything you thought they would be but for them the thrill of the game is now over.
It happens to the best of us—you get caught up by someone’s charm, attention, and charisma.
It’s natural to be drawn to people like that, but what if you’re not the only one getting showered with attention?
Players are people that use online dating sites to arrange a string of casual encounters, they are simply sexual predators looking for their latest power trip and online dating sites offer a wide range and number of potential victims.Every online dating site will have it’s share of players and if you want to find a genuine relationship then learn to spot the players on the dating sites you join.Let’s start with the basics, what is a player and how does joining online dating sites suit their purpose?They will send you a message saying they like your profile photo and asking if you fancy meeting up for a hot night or weekend.These people don’t trouble me at all as 99 times out of 100 they accept no for an answer.
However they will not tell you they are no longer interested, so you will get messages like: Their reasons for the cool down are always ‘honourable’ and designed to keep you poised to come running when they next click their fingers.