They’re sure it will sound false, or they’re worried about being called out for it.
In her own very DGAF way, she’ll be breaking down the good, the bad and the downright bizarre that is, well, dating in the time of Tinder (and all that other shit we Gen X, Y and Z-ers have to deal with). At the time, Mystery was considered by many to be the world’s greatest pickup artist—because apparently, dudes keep track of these things.Some of this makes sense: the opener is easy to teach (by the end of this article, you’ll know more than one).On the other hand, the opener is far less important than most students think it is.Any bio that states your job, height, university, address and siblings is an immediate turn-off.Your date wants to get to know you at their leisure, not read what effectively sounds like a background check compiled by a paranoid bot. That means no chat-up lines, no jokes so wet you could wring them like a sponge, and no over-complicated puns. "Dog lover and kitten lover" might make girls want to BFF you, but they won't want to go on a date with you. "Lover of hugs and Sunday snuggles" might make someone deliver a bucket of sick to your front door.Your success or failure in the set is going to depend far more on your mastery of attraction, qualification, kino escalation, and rapport building than it will on your ability to open properly.