Meeting Women on Facebook


The Dos and Don’ts of Meeting Women on Facebook

Facebook can be a great tool to meet women. Especially to meet “that one girl” who got away. The one you were meaning to talk to but never did. Well, Facebook is a perfect way to get a second chance. Just follow these simple Rules and you will be swimming in the poontang.

The DOs and DON’Ts of Meeting Women on Facebook:

DO extensive searches: Think about where you saw that hot babe, was it at her place of work? Did you happen to catch her first name? The more you know the easier your search will be. I once went through 487 pages of profiles to find this one chick.

DO send her messages: Once you friend request her. Send her a message, but make sure you don’t come off too creepy. Read the personal info on her profile, it usually lists the schools she attended or where she’s been employed. This is your chance to get your foot in the door. Say something like, “Hey Denise, this is Dave. We had philosophy 101 together at SDSU- remember?” But before you do this, it’s critical to change your school history to SDSU.

DO poke the shit out of her: The rule of thumb here is to poke her as many times as you would like to have sex with her.

DON’T give up just because of her relationship status: A good way to cause a little quarrel between her and her man, is to write something on her wall. Make sure your messages spark a bit jealousy in her man – but at the same time are still very vague. Write something like this, “It was so nice seeing you the other night ;p!” This could mean a lot of things. You could’ve seen her last night in your bedroom or you could’ve seen her a couple of days ago at her work. Note: Adding those little faces say more than just words. Her man will be wondering why you added a smiley face that’s winking and sticking its tongue out.

– Big Dave, BOOm!

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