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Dating Master Tips: 10 WORST places to meet women

Updated on January 20, 2009

Top Ten Best Places To Meet Women

1) Singles Cruises. Too much pressure. You have a specific time limit. You worry too much that you’re going to fail miserably and it will all be for waste.

2) 4chan.org. Nerd racist and misogynist capital of the universe. Women go there only if they’re EXTREMELY masochistic.

3) Microsoft. Frowns upon sexual intercourse.

4) Family Reunion. I’m sure your distant cousin is pretty hot, BUT SHE’S STILL YOUR COUSIN.

5) A Police line up. Not that women don’t commit crimes or anything. It’s just awkward.

6) Vancouver, BC, Canada. The wettest, coldest (figuratively) city in the world. Eye contact is frowned upon. Sex is conducted through post mail. A good first date includes dinner, a movie and at least seventeen unique words said between the two of you.

7) Insane Asylum. Too Clingy.

8) University. Everyone in university has no free time, has really high standards and has some point of view to sell you. Don’t bother.

9) Your Parent’s Basement. They aint gonna to come to you. I’ve never met a female pizza delivery person. Of course, I’m sure they exist. They’re just rare. Like Diamonds.

10) Hollywood. I’ve heard bad things. That place can make you crazy.

Bonus: Ten BEST places to meet women.

1) Online Dating. Rule 30 of the internet states that there are no women on the internet. This is not true in all cases. They exist on Plentyoffish. And most probably lavalife and eHarmony as well.

2) The Carnival. Most carnies are women these days. Some aren’t that bad looking. The bearded lady thing is a cliché.

3) Anime Conventions.

4) High School. This only applies to those under twenty years old. But of course you already knew that. I hope.

5) The zoo. I don’t mean hit on the chimpanzees. That’s a crime. But women love cute cuddly animals and they love the zoo. It’s also a great place for a first date.

6) JET – Teach English in Japan. There are around 60 million women in Japan. Plus, plenty of young, single teachers to meet. (If they weren’t single, they probably wouldn’t be willing to spend such a long time apart).

7) Volunteer. Most volunteers are women. Do a good deed. Help the less fortunate. Show a nice girl you’re a nice guy who does good deeds. Win-win.

8) Travel. There is something about a traveller that excites. A mysterious person who comes from a far off land and can teach you so much.

9) Retirement Community. Love won’t fall out like your hair. You’re never too old a dog to try something new. No matter what proverbs say.

10) That’s all I got. Women are hard to meet.

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      billy says 

      6 years ago

      women are very hard to meet these days, and with so many of us serious men out there that are looking for a good woman to meet and have a relationship, seems very impossible.

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      dauren 

      6 years ago

      hi, everybody! I wanna make friend with all people. my skype is dauren.kamzanov. I wanna meet new friends and I Wanna know about their culture and faith, and history. who wanna make friend with me? plz add me. I don't car if u boy or girl , I just want to speak , and good,funny spend my time.

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      LR 

      7 years ago

      Atlanta, Little Rock, Des Moines, those are the worst cities to meet girls because most girls in those cities marry early, between 17 and 22 and start having children. The Southern and Midwestern USA are difficult places for single guys to live in and there aren't enough single girls in those places either. They could risk raping some other guy's wife or girlfriend or molesting their kids because they're desperate and lonely.

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      LR 

      7 years ago

      Apparently, it's hard to meet eligible single women. The UN released a report last October stating that there are 57 million more men than women in the world, and that even means NYC and Chicago, USA too, for example, in which there are plenty of bachelors on average. Women in those cities marry at around 23-24 versus 28-29. Men marry later, at around 35. There's too many eligible men in the world and not enough eligible women, which means men are going to scramble a lot harder with other men for women.

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      the Truth 

      8 years ago

      Hey man, number 6 on the worst places to meet women is so true it isn't funny...especially when you actually LIVE in Vancouver... :D

      I'm guessing you live here too - heh

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      Aden Ford 

      8 years ago

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      Allurre 

      9 years ago from Bangkok, Los Angeles, Coast to Coasting

      You should also mention book stores as great places to meet women.

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      Leta S 

      9 years ago

      Loved this... Funny. Agree on the traveling bit--try California, NOT the L.A. area--especially San Francisco. Very friendly.

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      FreezepopMorality 

      9 years ago

      Congratulations!

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      LondonGirl 

      9 years ago from London

      university worked for us (-:

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