3 Great Tips for Finding a Fuckbuddy

ATTENTION: we are reviewing several sites in this article that you would never want your kids using Рkeep this in mind.  However, adults may find these tips helpful.

Most sex-hungry people think finding a fuckbuddy is nearly impossible, but those people would be wrong. Casual sex rates are at an all-time high as a result of dating apps and online dating sites. Try these simple tricks and watch as hotties hit you up daily.

  1. Dating Apps

    OK, so there are two scenarios here. Either you’ve never tried using a dating app, and you have no idea the power they contain, or you’ve tried them and failed miserably. If you haven’t had much luck, then you probably did it wrong so let me help you out.

    Let’s start from scratch. Forget everything you think you know about dating apps and females in general. Gather some pictures that you’d want cute girls to see. No, that doesn’t mean upload six bathroom mirror selfies. ¬†Again, you’re going to want to use a dedicated fuckbuddy app such as Meet Bang when looking to find fuck buddies online.

    You’re probably better off not uploading any selfies at all, to be honest. Maybe one’s OK, but that’s where I draw the line. You want these girls to know you’re a social guy and that you’ve got charisma. There’s no better way of doing this than uploading photos of you with your friends, maybe out at night having fun.

    Keep in mind that this isn’t a Where’s Waldo page ok? These girls don’t want to have to guess which one is you in every picture. Make it simple and keep it fun. If you have any extra manly hobbies, upload a photo of you doing the said activity to boost your likes.

  2. Bio

    Your bio is that little section of text under your pictures, and it’s a LOT more important than most people think. Let’s say, for example, you’re browsing some cute girls page, and she has a baby in one of her photos. OK, no big deal. It could be her sisters baby, OR she could be a mother of two, and you have no idea. That’s what the bio is for.

    A bio is also a telltale signal of the personality of the person you’re swiping on. Personally, when I see someone with a long-winded bio describing their zodiac sign and top 10 favorite foods and personal philosophy, I can already tell I won’t get along with that person too well.

    Try to keep it light and funny and don’t take yourself too seriously. Even if you’re not much of a looker, there are lots of girls who will chat with you for your sense of humor alone. If you’ve got no ideas, maybe just throw in a quote from The Office. You’d be surprised to see how far that can get you.

  3. Messaging

    Alright, so you’ve got your first match. Now comes the hard part.

    There are a few ways to go about this. You can send a cheesy pickup line which will get a reply most of the time. If you’re looking for a challenge, then try to come up with a pun that somehow involves her name. If you do that, you will have company in your bed within the hour.

    In general, though; have fun with it. It’s just a hookup app. You’re probably not looking for a wife so don’t act like it. Crack a few jokes and try to make her laugh. Once you’ve done that, you just have to ask her out and see if she wants to come over and watch a ‘movie’ with you.

    Keep in mind that meeting up with these girls can be nerve-racking but so are all the best things in life. Feeling your heart beating out of your chest is what youth is all about so cherish it. Oh yeah, and have fun practicing your naked tango with your new partner.

Top 3 Softwares to Protect Your Children

How many devices do your kids have? Like 30? Sounds about right.

It’s increasingly difficult to monitor your kid’s movements online because there are so many devices to monitor (hell, you can even get online with some Kindles!) and because kids are in the business of hiding everything from their parents.

We have a lot of hurdles to overcome. It would be much easier if our kids could just stand to cooperate with us. Most of us parents aren’t trying to micromanage everything our children do, a lot of us just want to make sure they aren’t talking to old men or giving away their personal information. The last thing we want to do is to see our kids get hurt, and believe me there are plenty of ways to put yourself in harms way on the internet (both physically and mentally).

Here are a few pieces of software that can help protect your children from all of the danger lurking on the internet:

  1. Kaspersky : One of the reasons I’ve put this piece of software at the top of the list is because it’s pretty inexpensive. I know that a lot of families are on a budget (especially in this economy) and paying a ton of money for monitoring services just seems like an expense you can totally avoid!
    It also doesn’t limit how many devices you can add. Even if you just have 2.5 kids (complete with white picket fence) you might have double that amount of devices. Honestly, your kids probably have at least two. Families even are getting iPads for their babies! If there’s anyone who could accidentally find their way onto the dark web it’s a toddler!
    The interface is the same across Windows and Mac so you don’t have to worry about the whole lay out of the system changing from device to device.
  2. Qustodio: This tool is wildly expensive and virtually useless when it comes to mobile devices… however it’s great if you have a family that spends a lot of time on their computers. If you have kids that are big into online gaming (not console gaming, yes they’re going online but it’s not the same… think World of Warcraft or Steam games!).
    When it comes to customization you can easily tailor the controls to your needs. The one thing it really lacks is social media tracking. It’s only compatible with Facebook and honestly kids have all but completely abandoned that website in favor of other platforms like Twitter and Instagram.
  3. Clean Router: Instead of using the router that came with your cable subscription, you ought to invest in one of these bad boys. If your worried about your kids spending way too much time on internet porn sites (here’s looking at you parents of teenage boys), this router may solve a lot of your problems as it automatically blocks internet porn.
    Of course it doesn’t block all harmful websites, but it sure does do the bulk of blocking for you. If you really want to know what your kids are doing you should often log into your router to see what sites they’re visiting. Even if they delete their mobile history the sites they visit will still pop up there!