To find a companion can be as exhausting as dating, and perhaps even more so. This is because the prevailing attitude is that because a man pays, he expects to get the perfect person and experience and the person whom he pays will be perfect on demand. If the person and experience do not turn out to be perfect, isn’t that upsetting? So how can you, the searching man, shorten the costly process of trial and error? And how can you prevent getting it wrong in today’s world of false claims and scams?
When you go shopping
for a car, house, or something on Amazon, you won’t buy the first one you find without looking at the specs. You’ll know what features you want the item to have. You’ll then research the item and certainly question the salesman accordingly. So why not apply the same principle to find a companion for your special moments? A companion can cost just as much as cars or houses in the long term. And if a man buys an item with specs that make the item right for him, it makes sense to do the same to find a companion. Isn’t the interpersonal dynamic important, especially if a man wishes to get intimate with the companion?
Acting on impulse can be dangerous
I often wonder how men can be courageous enough to make their choices based solely on instinctual impulse rather than on a combination of instinct and informed decision in this age of scams, conartistry, and ripoff worldwide in every sphere of life – and in this one too! If I were to look for any item, I’d definitely read the ad, product description, and research the item and its sellers.
But the vast majority of men doesn’t pay attention to what women say about themselves in directory listings and on their websites. This lack of attention can even be dangerous, because if a man doesn’t care about who he goes with, he can get into dangerous situations. After all, you don’t know who you’re about to engage with! The woman might be an addict to something. She might be trafficked. And she might not even know that her ad is on the listing where you saw it. Her pimp might have listed her without her knowledge. Do you want to finance human trafficking? Or do you want to be scammed, defrauded, threatened, or blackmailed for money when you get to such women’s premises?