How to spot a player dating
After all, it will make communication easier, right?
If you spot him changing his display picture, despite him insisting he doesn’t go on Facebook, then that’s a huge red flag right there. If you’re talking to guy and he always replies with things like “I’ll see,” or “Hmm, maybe” after you’ve asked him if he wants to hang out later, or tomorrow, or even next week, then you are dealing with a player.
Players often hide behind the guise of a nice, honest gentleman, who will treat you with nothing but respect.
But the minute you let your guard down and let him into your life, you’ll start to get that nagging suspicion that something’s not right.
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When I see guys with their girlfriends, or married men walking behind their wives at the mall, who literally think they are slick when they turn around to check a girl out, words like disgusting, pathetic and slime come to mind.
As women, we all know the whole look-over-the-shoulder-neck-turn-checkout routine, and it’s not slick!
The point is, if you have any type of connection that is more than just friends, and you catch his wandering eyes checking out other girls in front of you, don’t waste any more of your time on him.
Seriously, what’s to stop him from cheating on you, when he cheated on his last girlfriend with you? If you are dating a guy who says he’s never friends with any girls he dates on Facebook, or that he doesn’t even know why he has an account because he doesn’t even use Facebook, or any other lame excuse where he’s trying to justify you two not being friends and connected on social media, he’s a player.
If something looks like a duck, walks like a duck, acts like a duck… If you are dating a guy who actually likes you, I can assure you he will have no problem being friends with you on Facebook.