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    How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    I am seeking advice for a friend on how to deal with Facebook Fakers.

    My friend just recently contacted a person on Facebook for a date and he thought she was hot because she looked good on the photos in her Facebook account but when he met her in person, it turns out she was ugly and she admitted to digitally editing her pictures to enhance her looks to the point that her photos look completely different from her real face.

    My friend had to suck it up and tolerate going on a date with the fake hot chick despite her being ugly in real life because he did not want to insult her by telling her that she is ugly, especially since he made her go all the way to a specific location to have the date.

    How would my friend to respond to such a situation so that next time he has an alibi to say to the woman to cancel the date or make her go away?

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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    Gently, slowly get your friend to realize that 'dating' is a rigged game. It is the gateway drug to a relation$hip, a wealth transfer scheme from men to women.

    This may take time.

    However, if your friend still feels there is utility in dating, then have him date in a better manner.

    First dates should not be expensive. They should also not commit him to spending more time than is absolutely necessary to determine her value, and if she is worth it, teasing her into wanting more contact.

    The ideal first meeting should be short, in public, inexpensive, and - if he finds her attractive - leave her wanting for more.

    He should meet her for coffee during daylight hours, or for desert and drinks at night.

    If she turns out to be a faker, he should end it early.

    The short, non-committal first meeting should be to determine if she has sufficient Youth and Beauty for a short term relationship. Subsequent dates can determine whether she has enough Virtue and Pleasing Personality for a long term one.

    You need to make this determination this quickly and without commitment. Not AFTER she's talked you into a seat in an expensive restaurant and she orders the 7 course meal.

    Even if things are going well, he should maintain an air of mystery by not talking too much about himself, reveal too much about himself, and leaving abruptly. Maybe get a phone call, tell her some problem cropped up at work, and that he has to leave to address it. Avoid the date that ends with the guy following her home all puppy dog waiting to be rewarded with a 'treat' of a hug or a kiss.

    If she turns out to be a faker and he has much more SMV than her, then he should lead her on into his 'friend zone,' and use her as a useful utility. Have her hold on to the hope that she can have a deeper, exclusive relationship with him, while he gets her to help him move, pick him up at the airport, run his errands.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    Quote Originally Posted by N567 View Post
    I am seeking advice for a friend on how to deal with Facebook Fakers.

    My friend just recently contacted a person on Facebook for a date and he thought she was hot because she looked good on the photos in her Facebook account but when he met her in person, it turns out she was ugly and she admitted to digitally editing her pictures to enhance her looks to the point that her photos look completely different from her real face.

    My friend had to suck it up and tolerate going on a date with the fake hot chick despite her being ugly in real life because he did not want to insult her by telling her that she is ugly, especially since he made her go all the way to a specific location to have the date.

    How would my friend to respond to such a situation so that next time he has an alibi to say to the woman to cancel the date or make her go away?
    If your friend is afraid of going off on a person that lies to his face he has bigger problems to deal with.

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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    You look nothing like your doctored photo!

    You're crunchy peanut butter butt fucking ugly with sprinkles!

    Walk home!

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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    Your 'friend' should know better than to hook up with tramps on facefuck! Or should that be fuckbook!

    Herpes, warts, aids, syphilis, gonorrhea etc. etc.
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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    Herpes, warts, aids, syphilis, gonorrhea
    , crazy X bf, criminal warrants, murder plot for profit, robbery, or make you their Gimp.
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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    I will offer advice for your friend if he is unwilling to confront the scammer. You don't play along with scammers because if you are already in a hole you don't keep digging. Your goal is survival and to leave Dodge City ASAP. Scammers are predators and will prey on those that feel that they are already invested and tangled in their web of lies. Your friend is thinking with feelings and not with what he knows to be grounded in truth of reason.

    If your friend is truly afraid of confrontation or she pulls hysterics in public which causes the men in blue to arrive then here is what he should do. Just leave. Don't say a word. Just leave calmly and quickly.

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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    Quote Originally Posted by N567 View Post
    he thought she was hot
    Well, doesn't that tell you/us the depth of how he was going into this meeting? That he ain't lookin' for anything meaningful. And that's fine.

    Had he been looking for something meaningful, let's say, he could have explained to her how honesty is a cornerstone of a healthy relationship, and then have exited the date from a position of strength.

    But he didn't have that strength at his disposal, because he was there to scam her as well. (Hi, Chad!)

    Maybe someone needs to tell him that. They deserved each other.

    But, more to the point of the OP, I think him sucking it up was a reasonable consequence of the whole stupid transaction.

    Stupid, because he goes into it like a Chad but then gets concerned for her feewings.

    Please.

    Pick a role and stick with it, dude. You went into it like a Chad. Walk out like a Chad. That would have been your strength.

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    Re: How To Deal With Facebook Fakers

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    If your friend is afraid of going off on a person that lies to his face he has bigger problems to deal with.
    Yes, that. And I'm closing this thread because MGTOW does not counsel blue pill men on how to stay in the feewings game. Which is what we would tell him if he had contacted us direct.

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