Dating 4 guys at once

We make comparisons in order to help us make decisions for the same reason we stereotype people: it’s a short cut for our brain when we don’t want to think too hard about something.Look at this example from Dan Ariely’s book Predictably Irrational: option, and ZERO chose the second option.Maybe you should quit putting your picture up if it is that important and agree to switch a picture for their W-2/tax return? If they don’t have a pic though, I’m not interested.I wouldn’t be upset if the woman made as much or had a career path that allowed them to make a good income but if you’re just looking to be financially supported good luck! Not because I’m just interested in looks either, but a person who puts their pic up seems more invested in meeting someone.

Like in the Economist print example, a guy posting his income without a picture isn’t going to cut it. The key is trying to keep it short and learn as much as you can as quickly as you can.

They say if a girl put a picture up, it’s a huge red flag.

Guys have the benefit of just taking a quick look at a picture of a girl and deciding instantly if he’s interested in her by comparing her picture to the other pictures he’s seen that day.

For those of you who’ve never been on these sites (or at least tell people you haven’t), there’s usually a place for guys to enter their income on their dating profile, it looks like this on match.com: So now we know this guy’s an English speaking liberal dancer who loves dogs, awesome. Whatever the case is, girls are left making of assumptions about a guy’s career since a lot of them don’t indicate how much money they make.

Guys have it made because we know that nearly every girl puts her picture up (my guy friends have confirmed this for me).

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