Girl dating guy games
You need to be bold and swear like a sailor but never EVER call him out on anything in front of his friends. What I took away from my experience of dating guy gamers is a consistent theme of being “the special”.
Be attractive, but don’t take too long getting ready or you’ll give yourself away. He wont say it, he wont even imply it- because the protagonist never does.
I’m not saying they’re unhygienic, but they’ve had that gigantic t-shirt since high school.
Cargo shorts, socks with holes in them, the dreaded trench coat of Doom. They may be your scruffy, Aladdin-esque street rat today.
I don’t need to hear about it and honestly if you can’t control your impulse to convince me that you’re the special-special than you’re probably exactly the type of guy I’m talking about.
Consider this constructive criticism from the opposite sex.
Every night is like a pajama sleep over that ends in sex. That’s before spending every night in playing League of Legends or Assassin’s Creed gets really, boring. My focus was being good enough for them with no question as to whether they were good enough for me.
I didn’t feel like my personality and looks alone was enough to generate any real interest ).
Something that men could relate to and feel comfortable talking about.
The older you both are, the more true that statement rings.
Don’t get pulled into his fantasy about how he’s going to eventually hit the big time. Unless he actively addresses the treatment of women in gamer culture in conversation, there’s a good chance he’s on other side of the fence. It feels nice at first, getting treated like a princess. To him you’re like a glorious hot chick trophy to be paraded out to his friends, “AND she plays games” he’ll say in the same tone one might say, “AND it has a cup holder”.
He can’t put his finger on what it is, but the magic is gone. 2.) The other and more common one is he’ll expect you to be “just one of the guys”. You need to play games like his friends, eat like his friends, talk like his friends all while balancing being casual and hot.