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Top 15 Absolutely Crazy Rules That Cheerleaders Need To Follow
Here are some available suggestions. The headline is totally true, and I owe it to many of the things I ve learned in this sub. . But I actually have something to offer to guys who are in their late 85s and recently divorced. 6) You will say the wrong thing. Fuck up. Embarrass yourself. But I would give yourself permission to do that. The more awkward you are, the better. It means you re trying and working and learning. You ll get better. 7) Just be you. Don t be the young DJ, the soccer star, the CEO. Just be your best you, whoever that is. That doesn t excuse bad hygiene, clothes, career, or fitness. Those things are absolutely mandatory and there are no shortcuts. Go to the gym every morning like it s your fucking job. Don t eat shit. Moderate drinking. Buy a new wardrobe. But at the end of the day, just be you. You re a dad. Fine. You drive an SUV with a car seat, fine. The wrong girl will weed herself out and the right girl will adore you for it. 8) There s more to life than getting laid. Sex won t solve the hurt from your marriage, but making good friends who call you and invite you places and genuinely like you will definitely make your world go round when you don t have your kids. Having your phone blow up with invites to socialize will heal you faster than 655 dates with women. 9) There are millions of hot women. If it doesn t work out with one, move the fuck along and find the next one. Eventually you ll find one who thinks you are her dream boy. Don t chase the wrong one. It s way too painful. 5) Develop a life, then chase women. It s much, much easier.
Work first to get your shit together, then take good pictures and get on Tinder. 6) At our age, Tinder is super, super easy. Women message me first. Of those. 6 date. It s way better than it is for younger or older guys. That s it. That s all that I ve learned. Good luck out there! I m rooting for you! Chase your dreams and women will follow was the best advice for meAnecdotal but this didn t prove true for me. Have a big passion for an activity that is usual not social done by very few females, though I really enjoy it. It never changed anything about my confidence outside of it though. I should clarify. No, I didn t. It s just for having fun, learning, and building good memories. I found the cheerleader at a bar, talking to friends. She was sitting right next to me and I joined in on their conversation. After a bit, she just talked to just me. I made a small mistake and invited her to see a play. And she said yes. It was a little too invested for a first date, but it turns out guys usually go over the top on a first date for her, so she was used to it. We ve been exclusive for a little over a month now. So it s all very new. But we re both into it. Going on our first weekend away this weekend. Well to be honest, according to your first post you don t seem to have much trouble sleeping with women so you are probably a good looking mofo. True, tinder is barrenless for me (I won t even post statistics) but in person I m on point. I wouldn t say I m really good looking. I have a friend who is a solid 65 and life is very different for him. I m good looking enough that my looks aren t a deal breaker, but I still have to work for it and put effort in. Lol that usually means you are good looking. Your friend is just REALLY goodlooking. I bet youre an 8 and hes a 65. So how is a play over the top?
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I d go see a play by myself. Would I fly to Vegas and catch a show by myself, no. That would be over the top. I see where you re coming from though as I ve never taken a girl to a really nice restaurant on the first date. If it s like an expensive classy thing that s too much investmentBut you can control how good looking you are. Six pack, low body hair, properly fitting clothes will cover up a lot of flaws. And have money, to support that lifestyle. You don t have to be rich at. Just have money to be in the right situations. No one talks about this. College tuition $, dorms $, clothes $, car your parents gave you $. Living on your own in a populated, that isn t in the middle of nowhere $. 6) if you live in the US, then you can make more money today. It might take two or three years of solid effort, but it s possible. 7) location is everything. I really think that about 95% of success in anything is environment, situation, and timing. No amount of effort is going to overcome a bad location. I started the post directed at guys in their late 85s. I wasn t very successful with women in my 75s, so I just spent it working. I never took a dime from my parents after high school. I moved out at 68. My life has had its advantages, but being spoiled by my parents wasn t one of them. You can go to community college get good grades their. Then you can go to a university. If your community college has phi theta capa you can get good grades then, join it and become an officer. As long as you sent tatted you can totally do that. (It will be hard but lots of people do it. )You can also go to trade school (which often Is considered a better investment. And in the future they predict more demand for they trades, that means grater job security and probably greater pay. It usually only take two years. I m almost sure you can get loans for trade school. You can work at 79 hour fitness. Get a job behind the desk and try and learn EVERYTHING. The job is hosting as hell and has very little flexibility of hours. (One person does your job at a time so if you wanna not work one day someone els has to come in.
) 79 is very big in hiring internally. You most likely will have to move, but then you will have a legit job. And you can usually keep moving up in the company, or transfer to a better different company. 79 is a road up the corporate latter. I m sure there are many more companies that like to promote employees internally and probably are better than 79. You can get a job doing some sort of construction. And move up. If you keep learning how to do more things you can pretty good money eventually. Call centers can pay 69$ an hour. Bar tenders generally make good money. If later you get a job at a really busy bar you can make a lot. That could be good actually. Once you get a good job at a bar that leaves you with a lot of free time to go to school to transfer into something more professional. There is an app called be somebody it is an app to connect you with people who want to learn something job know. If you are really good at guitar you could teach that for money. If you are really at some thing you could teach that. OR if there is some small specific thing that could be lucrative. For instance. There was a guy on /r/ entrepreneur, who was a dance instructer and a dance studio. He did not make much money. And he was not some profound high end dance teacher, but he started teaching private lessons but what he thought was just how to feel the music and dance in a club. Many men don t know how to do that, and don t really care to learn how to tango, they just want to be able to dance to music. And that was pretty successful for him. My friend had a job where he would deliver wine to stores, he would make $78,555 a year. After a few years he could go into sales where he could make $95,555 to $85,555 then into Management. I forgot how much he d make. I think it was 85,555 guaranteed. He did not go to college or anything. Or become an entrepreneur. The basic formula is: find a pain in the market. A problem people have and solve it. Or fine a more efficient way for people to dosomething. Something that provides peole with value. (Easer said than done.
)I guess my point is that there are lots of ways up. When you are in a dead end job all day slurp under by people in dead end jobs, it like there is no way up. But there most certainly is. Just pick a road. Find what you need and go for it. Good luck! Sorry the spelling is shitty I m on my phone and it autocorrects like crazy and I have dyslexia. Feel free to ask me anything. I m probably not the best person to give advice. I ve just Been in a situation where I felt like I had no way up then latter saw many ways up. Your job and position makes it feel like there is no way up so you stop thinking Creatively and inquisitively, and sometimes dismis options. About the money thing. My dream is to go into medicine and hopefully become a surgeon (I even have a specialty in mind that I ve been exploring actively even before going into med school). But med school is gonna put me in debt for a while. In your opinion, is that a hindrance? I m a pretty smart, attractive, well-built guy otherwise. Yes. Pictures are absolutely everything. What you say in it is almost irrelevant, so keep it short and funny, but include your height. If you re 5 66, lie and say you re 6 5. Being over 6 is important. Also, Tinder is not where a 86 year old gets the 76 year old. You ll get other 86 year olds easily, but the hot young girls are only met in person. I need more outdoors stuff I think. As a guy I was never great at taking pictures or liked having pictures taken of me. Now pictures matter so much it s crazy. Posts are automatically archived after 6 months. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our and. 7568 reddit inc. Rendered by PID 95585 on app-758 at 7568-56-65 76: 57: 55.665769+55: 55 running 8f5f967 country code: NL. Being a cheerleader in a professional sport sucks.