Dating Site Psychopathy Exposed 

I’m conducting experiments with men afflicted with psychopathy, and I’ve carefully observed that their brains operate along the same strand of deceitfulness. I’ll make you a list of psychopathic “sameness”. I guess that is a good descriptor of behaviors and words and activities that are weirdly associated among ALL of the psychopathic men on dating sites. Beware of some of these clues exhibited in profiles and messages from a disordered fellow:

(I’m sorry, I don’t date women so I don’t know the psychopathic clues for them. Maybe a commenter can tell us.)

  • Love of cooking is common among them, not always a red flag, but take notice in conjunction with these other flags …
  • Love of biking extremely long distances (here in Florida anyway.)
  • Love to be adrenaline hunters.
  • Love to promise to not conduct themselves like idiots and play emotional games. Does that need saying? It’s bait for already emotionally played women desperately seeking solace.
Come hither, damaged damsels, you’re safe with me.
  • Love of writing wordy prose that seems earnest on first glance, but is devoid of emotional content. Word salad.
It’s ridiculous how psychopaths say the words but don’t know the music.
Have you found that the sensuality of women is something to appreciate, you emotionless fuck?
We” do always pick the same type of guy. You, ya trickster you.
Good people don’t have to develop skills …to be good people.
  • Love to flat out tell you what a truly amazing guy he is and that you would be lucky to have them. Lots of them have no sense of propriety nor humility. Ugh, it’s wearying.
  • Love to send overly excited reactions to items in your profile: “OMG! I love the same things!!!!” Makes you feel real good, don’t it.
  • Love to share lengthy stories with extraneous details of their life that have no relativity to your new introductions. You’re made to feel like you’re already a close friend. “My boss’s daughter was building a house … blah blah blah …”
  • Love to talk endlessly about their numerous former relationships. This may be an attempt to groom you into behaving like a past (maybe present) girlfriend: “She would always stand at the door and wait for me to open it.” “She offered to pay for half of the meal.” Stop it, asshole, I’m not her/them. Also, bore snore.
  • Love to demand lots more pics of you immediately via text, (to add to his pic collection of gullible people).
  • Love to introduce the subject of sex really soon. I sat down for a first date lunch and before 30 minutes was up, I learned all the gory details of his S&M experiences. Boundary check much?
  • Love to call or text you early in the morning for no reason, and/or later at night than the social norm. Boundary check? Or love-bombing?
  • Love to leave you hanging, then act like nothing happened. Below is an example. Also note, this guy is pouring on the garbage and some bizarre love-bombing. How does he know that I am “truly charming” and also “so full of sensual passion”, since we only just texted boring introductions the night before? I feel really sorry for the women who fall prey to this “superficial charm”.
  • Love to barrage you with interview questions, requesting every detail of your life in a short amount of time.
  • Love to offer enticements that get your hopes up: “I do a lot of traveling to exotic places, and it would be great for you to come along.” Moral of the story: Don’t get your hopes up.

***The disordered brain of a psychopathic trickster does not belong in any lawmaking position. I advocate psychopathy testing for political candidates.

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