FaceBook Makes Women Flakier

Have you ever noticed that FaceBook (FB) is, in one respect, very similar to online dating?

Think about it.. even average looking women have hundreds if not thousands of FB ‘friends’. If you look at the lists of friends, a high percentage are male acquaintances or ‘friend-of-friends’. Even if a fraction of these ‘orbiters’ and ‘manginas’ try to contact any given women on a semi-regular basis, it would do wonders for that cunts ego.

Online dating creates a very similar situation, where girls get an inflated sense of their worth because every guy will contact dozens if not hundreds of women. Even though the majority of guys are just playing a number game and would never fuck them for more than a few times, at best, almost every women thinks she has hordes of men who will kiss her ass and satisfy her every whim. Therefore they think that they can be dismissive and flaky.

FB by creating a similar ecology, makes even average women think they are gods gift to men. This is especially the case with younger attention whores, who only have to ‘add’ friends + post a few drunken pictures to achieve a following of manginas, nice guys and white knights. Moreover if a guy treats, or calls out, her as the cunt she is.. well, she can always ‘defriend’/ block him. She will also get a lot of support from fellow cunts, attention whore, manginas, white knights and nice guys.

Do you see where this going to lead? My prediction is that FB and other social media are going to create a newer and larger group of ‘entitled’ women, especially in the younger age groups. Therefore, you should expect increased flaking in women whose are heavy users of social media.

However this same information could be used to filter out flaky women. Maybe it is necessary to create criteria for flaky women based on their FB usage, updates and friend list/composition.

Any takers for creating such a definition set? Comments?

  1. June 25, 2010 at 2:21 pm

    everything/stimuli makes women flakier.

  2. Hughman
    June 25, 2010 at 2:54 pm

    Using mobile access for FB is a red flag in my opinion.
    Flakiness can be defeated by alpha behaviour. She’ll flake if she doesn’t respect you (or just is just seriously narcissistic)
    She may think that her options are real, even if they are not. Never underestimate their ability to delude themselves.

  3. Vincent Ignatius
    June 25, 2010 at 3:10 pm

    Maybe we all need to become bigger assholes. If every “Hey cuty” on Facebook is accompanied by a “Your face makes my dick flaccid” in a real bar then there’s hope.

    It will help to an extent, but the real problem is much bigger. Many women will not want to realize it until it is too late.

  4. Gorbachev
    June 25, 2010 at 3:44 pm

    I go with VI on this one. Just means we have to be assholier.

  5. June 25, 2010 at 4:46 pm

    Yeah, the Facebook shit is annoying. I definitely noticed this with Crush. She has over a thousand friends and even mentioned to me once that she doesn’t know at least half of them, people just add her and she accepts. Which leads to a bunch of random guys in various cities across the fucking world who don’t even know her in real life commenting on every picture and status she posts, telling her how beautiful she is.

    Real fucking annoying.

    For the record, I never commented on any of her shit on Facebook. I didn’t feel the need to. Even her exes would comment on shit like “you look beautiful in that dress.” Damn, bro, you used to fuck her 3 years ago, why are you still here commenting on her shit gassing her head up? Shit irks me to say the least.

    Out of any chick I’ve ever dated, I would say her shit was by far the worst as far as dudes hitting her up and leaving comments on shit.

    You should have given crush a proper bare-bottom spanking for being such a tease.

  6. Black Rebel
    June 25, 2010 at 8:59 pm

    I have facebook and about 300 friends; I got it a few weeks after it came out, and I’m on a first name basis with most of them since I met them at school. Even still, I’m only close to about 20 of them.

    No relationship status, no wall, one profile pic, no applications. Low-key.

    Apps? Gay. Commenting? Gay (except family and friends major events). Daily status updates? Gay. Party pics? Gay.

    Two things are gayer than all though.

    1) Your girlfriend/fuckbuddy demanding that you include her in your ‘relationship status’. I’ve had flings and relationships end because of this. God chicks are stupid.

    2) Guy and girl are boyfriend and girlfriend.

    Guy posts on girl’s wall: I love you so much baby!

    WTF is that shit? Men shouldn’t be like that, yet so many are.

    The upside though is this girl I dealt with from school (little hardbody blonde, beautiful skin and eyes but no tits, 7), her BF used to run that beta male ‘I love you so much I would kill myself if you dumped me!’ wall post game, daily.

    One time when she was lying in my bed after getting her vagina resized, she told me that she ‘loved her boyfriend, but wished he would man up and stop being such an affectionate woman’, exact words.

    We had class together and talked a bit; but what broke the ice and got her to agree to drinks was me negging her on her wack boyfriend’s decidedly girly behavior.

    The hotter the girl, the more friends she has, though there have been a few exceptions. Also, the more beta the man, the more friends he has. My old roommate, uberbeta, over 1200 friends.

    Anything that gives a girl the illusion of options makes a girl flakier.

  7. Nestorius
    June 26, 2010 at 12:35 am

    However, Facebook can be used to run asshole game and it can work sometimes if the girl is into you.
    I used this on a girl one month ago. She was into me although she has as boyfriend (who happens to live outside now). From what I saw in the interaction between her and her boyfriend on FB, her boyfriend was acting beta and extremely needy as he was absent from her. One day I tried to chat her on FB, but she didn’t respond so I deleted her from the list of friends. Next day, I was sitting in the library and she almost jumped on me from nowhere.

    • Hughman
      June 26, 2010 at 3:54 pm

      Nice nuke from orbit there.
      I’ve tried that shit before, but I get the impression I failed as I appeared more like a vindictive beta/omega. Silent treatment, one word game and asshole-humour work better for me.

      • Nestorius
        June 27, 2010 at 12:48 am

        The “defriend” thing works because it is using their tactics on them. Projection works many times.

      • Nestorius
        June 27, 2010 at 12:49 am

        Surely, as long as she’s into you while being flaky.

  8. Herbal Essence
    June 26, 2010 at 2:23 am

    Facebook is ghastly. Yes, it is creating all sorts of useless cunts, of the male and female variety.
    If I sense flakiness in someone, I usually talk to or email the girl about why lack of reciprocity is a major pet peeve of mine and also destructive to society. The good things about that approach is 1. It’s true, flakiness and lack of reciprocity is destructive to society 2. It puts her on notice 3. It shows you have high standards.

  9. Hughman
    June 26, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    I’d disagree that having too many ‘friends’ as a guy is beta. Having too many people that you barely know is the problem.

    I have about 700 contacts now, could purge maybe 100. I’d say 75% added me.

    I happen to know a lot of people. Helps massively with party invites, guest lists, heads up on rumours (about people, sales, new legal highs, (il)legal raves). I detag over half my pictures, very little personal information. It’s all about image management.

    • Black Rebel
      June 27, 2010 at 12:54 am

      Writing that I actually used the wrong metric; having too many wall posts (indicating you spend the majority of your time communicating with people from behind a box and not over the phone or in person) is inherently Beta (dude I mentioned has 6200 wall posts).

      But even still, for every guy like yourself who actually knows the majority of your contacts, there are 10 who add everyone they can to make themselves look popular. Out of my 300, only 20 are inner circle at this point in time, most are classmates from uni and high school and many were formerly members of my circle who I’ve lost touch with.

      I’m not the type of person who deletes stale contacts, and there are only two reasons I will do so; 1) They annoy me by constantly bombarding me with app requests (deleted my cousin not long ago for this reason), 2) There was heavy (and I mean HEAVY) drama between us.

      As lame as Facebook is, at least it is handy in some ways. You never know when some old friend is gonna holla at you, or some girl you haven’t spoken with in over a year is gonna send you a PM being all like ‘Hey, what have you been up to?’, which as we know means ‘I miss your cock, what are you up to later this week?’

      I removed my wall and don’t wall post unless absolutely necessary. My last wall post was two months ago when a close friend had her baby, and if I need to reach someone I can’t call, I use private message.

      Image management, very crucial. With what seems like every guy being an attention whore on a level to rival even the worst girls, having just a few pics, a no-tagging policy and minimal information is facebook aloof game.

      Sadly, guys are starting to catch on.

      • Nestorius
        June 27, 2010 at 8:08 am

        Imagine all guys started to practice aloof and asshole game on Facebook. minimal information, minimal contact, ambiguity, no compliments, no pedestalization.

        That would be revolutionary because FB is widely used and girls are addict to it.

  10. Tom
    July 29, 2010 at 3:01 am

    I have scaled my facebook presence in the last year. I use it mainly to keep in contact with the people I care about, and because they already know me, my profile is minimalistic in nature.

    I’ve considered deleting my facebook (or deactivating it).

    What are your thoughts on this?

  11. October 10, 2013 at 2:47 pm

    God damn, man! LMFAO!

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