Dating advice for women in college

Since the school was heavily greek, there wasn’t a lot of socializing with people who weren’t greek, if you happened to be in a frat and sorority. I found it too “difficult” to meet other people not involved in Greek life and it massively stinted my opportunities for meeting new women.

Sticking to one social side of the campus didn’t allow me to expand into other areas.

As I explain in my book “DATE-ONOMICS: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game,” when men are in oversupply, the dating culture emphasizes courtship and monogamy.

I was in a fraternity and had many opportunities to talk to girls. If I wasn’t so set on just attending fraternity and sorority parties I could have opened myself up to a whole new group of people.

It was then that I realized how much I was missing out this entire time! If only I didn’t follow the same crowd and had the courage to carve my own path, then I would have had some fun adventures. Talk about a killer place to meet hot girls and have some serious social power.

But, getting a job (really any job) would have been yet another avenue to meet more girls.

And when you work at a restaurant or bar there is an “industry scene” that you can be part of that is built right into your work.

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