The Lazy Girls Guide πŸ“™ to Getting a Boyfriend πŸ’ without All the Extra Work πŸ™„ ...

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Some of us aren't afraid to walk up to boys and flirt with them--we're just too lazy to do so.

However, even the laziest ladies can crave companionship.

If you want to land a boyfriend, but aren't willing to put in all of your effort, you can follow the lazy girl's guide to getting a boyfriend:

1. Use Dating Websites

hair, beauty, play, hairstyle, long hair,

If you're antisocial and don't feel like leaving the house in order to flirt, you can join dating websites.

Of course, if you don't want to join Tinder, which is mostly focused on finding someone to sleep with, you can try using Tumblr.

It's certainly not a dating website, but it'll help you make friends with similar interests.

You never know, you could find your soulmate by blogging.

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Comments:

MellyMoi
This article should be named the guide ways to find a guy instead of lazy.. Cuz I ain't lazy at all it's just I prefer the guy to do the initiative and talk to a girl first..
MellyMoi
Has anyone tried the online dating site Okcupid? Does it work to really find someone who wants something serious and not casual? I've just tried and had like only 4 dates with a guy..Before I was in POF (plenty of fish) I disabled my account from there because the guys seem they only wanted sex or casual dating..I only had like 2 dates with 2 guys... Did anyone really find something serious in these two free dating sites?
Sev
With online dating, don't go for free if you want a relationship. My mom did online dating for like 4 years, and it was rarely anyone wanting a relationship, just sex or casual dating. But a friend of hers that she met through online dating but ended being just friends with got married a few years ago, and he was saying once he switched to paying (even the 1$ a month ones), it was people much more interested in relationships, and he didn't nor did his now wife run into anybody who wanted just sex. You get more people who are serious about wanting to find a companion rather than just casual stuff. My mom tried it on and off for a few years and noticed a huge difference, instead of 3-4 dates a month it became 3-4 dates a week. Things got busy and she never found someone who she could be with for more than a year, but she started having relationships rather than "well I met this guy but he was a pig so I'll never see him again". As long as you're safe about it, and always go to a public place the first 3 times you see them, and ignore the creeps, online dating can be great.
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