” Maybe a place where creepy or douchebag guys troll you for boob pics from behind the safety of their computer screens? This is the website My Girl Fund.com, where guys too busy for real relationships go on just to talk, to fill an emotional need, and they pay you for it.
When they return and his friend goes to the loo, I swoop and ask if I can borrow his lighter. Then Dave drops a hint about his mate’s girlfriend and we move off. 4) I pick out an ice cube from my drink, carry it over to the slick-haired, muscly carpenter I have my eye on and throw it down. He laughs a bit but I soon establish James is sweet but very, very drunk. But I eventually fix on a barman with cute Jack Jones’ and lovely curly brown hair to boot.
I’ve tried this line on other men and am surprised how consistently well it works – not necessarily shoes but just complimenting something they’re wearing.
I admit I don’t like football either but the damage is done and we leave soon after.
Effectiveness – 2/10 – Only use this if they’re wearing a United shirt and you give a crap about United.
Sure, it’s not just an emotional need, guys might request a “custom video” from some girls so it’s like a “sex cam” for some, but what’s surprising is how real, actual long-term relationships have developed purely over the internet between some people who never meet, as per the website’s policy.
CEO Brian Gross founded My Girl Fund six years ago.
Effectiveness – 8/10 – Funny, flattering and not sleazy. 3) I introduce myself to a ginger guy called David and his tall, cute friend and ask if we can sit with them. Plus who wants to carry ice about and get their hands all wet?
2) I spot a handsome Mediterranean-looking guy going for a cigarette with his mate. They say yes and we end up talking films because they work at the cinema. 5) The problem I have with this line is it takes me quite some time to find a man whose shoes I genuinely love.
It’s hard to see the morals behind something never done like this before. Is this something you would actually consider doing for the money?