@redpillschool they’re right. The leading cause of death is FDA regulations that block access to crucial new medicines and grind the rate of medical progress to a tickle. The idea that government makes people healthier is the most lethal misinformation known to man.
A year and a half ago, my female internet friend, whom I’ve never met in person, made a clear offer of sex, and said I was her “dream guy.” I declined, said I didn’t feel the same way. I’m mildly attracted to her, but felt that if I wanted to have sex with her, I should have initiated that on my own and not sat around waiting for her to make a move. So I declined. She started dating someone and largely stop talking to me. She is no longer dating that person, but I don’t detect the same interest anymore. Recently I’ve been thinking about what it would be like to fuck her. I accidentally liked a picture she sent me over a year ago. So I messaged her, admitted I thought she was attractive in the picture, and said that while I just thought of her as a friend, I’d be lying if I said I’ve never thought about it (fucking her). No great reaction positive or negative.
This all happened a year and a half ago, yes? So, around the time the Kung Flu lockdowns were enacted, you had a female acquaintance online who suddenly offered you sex, which you turned down. Now several months after many of those lockdowns have ended so you both can resume your social lives, you're own sex life hasn't quite picked up, but she's had the cobwebs cleared out of her kooter several times since. Now, you're nurturing some bizarre one-itis for this girl and she's not responding. That's the sum of it?
Do yourself a favor and stop wasting time on females unless they're alive and within your reach. When you friendzone a girl, you never reconsider it, unless she's fumbling with your belt while begging you to give it to her. The best and only suggestion anyone can offer you right now is that you focus yourself elsewhere. Spend no more thought, time, or energy on this girl, and move on.
To that end, consider investing in a reliable ready reference you can pick up and study to better prepare yourself for engaging the opposite sex. I'd suggest that you get yourself a copy of Doc Love's "The System: The Dating Dictionary". Doc Love, also known as the late Tom Hodges, wrote a weekly advice column that's archive is mirrored on several sites and a podcast. While his media is a bit pricey, it's a solid foundation a guy can branch out from, but I would also suggest you review his advice column to decide if his view on dating and relationships is aligned with what you aspire for yourself. To save yourself a search, give this scribed link a gander to find out if his book is something you'd like to add to your library.Read More