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Don’t text, don’t check Instagram, don’t nervously pretend to text because you feel uncomfortable being social."Every time you go out, stop looking at your phone,” Frankel says.You will find a lot of people at those events that are online, as well, but that’s good.Online is a really big network of people and just because you don’t want to be online doesn’t mean you don’t want to meet people who are. be willing to put yourself out there with friends and to be set up.I present exhibits A through Z: Every single time there’s some sort of singles event/date-off/sexy party, the place is with ladies, and not just any ladies, but babes, cute girls with food blogs, light brown hair and quirky skirts or tall ones with stylish glasses and a hopeful smile who can’t help but bite the side of their lip out of nervousness.Take, for example, the Literary Speed Dating our friend Jo Firestone is hosting at Housing Works on the day before Valentine’s day.She’s got binders full of women, and practically no men, so much so that 2. This is what is called a “love discount for heterosexual men.” I truly do not get this phenomenon, but it’s not limited to this event by any means.
To paraphrase the wisdom of , this is gonna sound like I’m putting down my own gender, but the truth is, men can be kinda boring, self-involved perpetual adolescents, or creepy hangers on who try way too hard, or guys who just don’t know how to read a signal and stop texting, or, yikes, guys like me who just don’t know what they want and are suddenly faced with options for the first time (humblebrag? Most single girls I know are endlessly game, willing to be open and adventurous and give people a chance, and guys often just don’t show up.“Engage everyone in conversation, whether it’s a man or a woman. When people ask how your weekend was, let them know that you had a great weekend but say you are still looking to meet someone.