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Dating is Like Angling

BY: Nic Mcleod | Category: Relationships | Submitted: 2010-12-08 09:00:10
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Article Summary: "For guys, dating is much like the sport fishing. Unlike angling, we have the internet to help us find dates. We love them both cause we love a challenge!.."


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Today I woke up with a contagious desire for excitement and thus I made the decision to accomplish something outside of the norm. By means of a swift visit to a marina I have become the extremely pleased renter of a twenty one ft . vessel identified as, "The Magnum Baron," a full reservoir of gas, and the biggest Ugly Stick in The United States. I planned to go doing some fishing. Equipped with a tackle box of imitation fishing bait, a wide selection of jigs spanning every color as well as a live-well filled of genetically boosted minnows, I had been convinced I had the sport fishing counterpart of "game" in my character. The quest was on. I had confidence. With pep in my step, I reached the lake and told myself, "Them bass ain't got nothin' on me..."

...Many hours later, the only thing I had captured was a vicious sunburn, a large tree, and an insatiable hunger. No fish, simply no bites, hardly any nibbles. I was worn out and none too pleased. Resigned, I told myself that sport fishing is for losers, and the United states government should pass laws and regulations to prohibit the over fishing of American waters. Thoroughly let down, I proceeded to go home in a terrible mood. When I got back to the marina it was sunset. I had not been prepared to deal with the individuals who rented myself the "Magnum Barron" and tell them all concerning "the one which got away." Hence I parked the boat and sat along the pier to take into account my day. Angling could not add up to me. I decided to go trolling; I made a large number of casts into several bays; I actually jigged my way over the water using pretty much every color in the jig rainbow. I attempted everything I "thought" I knew about angling, nevertheless I didn't catch 1 fish. How depressing.

My failure at angling offered me a customary feeling of dejection and aggravation from my times in the tavern scene. I discovered that the way I felt about angling at this time mirrored the emotions I previously had every Friday evening after an unsuccessful try at obtaining a female to date in a pub. You never forget whatever that icky sensation of inadequacy and discouragement feels like when you arrive at a bar with much potential, but usually leave all alone. Not effective enough to locate a woman, not good enough to find 1 fish. What a complete waste of your time. That it was here I experienced an epiphany. Going fishing is like searching for a person to date!

When I used to head out in night clubs searching for suitable persons to date, I obtained little to no success. Contemporary culture in its latest style causes it to be incredibly complex to pinpoint a perfect match. The game, the perceptions, the egos, societal norms, it's all very much to deal with and remarkably discouraging to navigate through the rich waters of classic dating. Fishing is the same way! I had all the tools in my tackle box of fishing tricks to be a success. My bait was clever, sexy, alive, and the crème de la crème of the sport. Out of the perspective of fish, I was appealing and totally date worthy yet my fishing experience, just like trying to find love at a bar, had been a extensive waste of time and energy. I required advice.

To work out my bad hunt-to-date ratio from my times in the pub scene, I solicited assistance from technology. I came upon online dating. I was worried to try it in the beginning but after i mustered the will to attempt new things I embraced the technology. Really....what a exceptional invention. By way of online dating I was able to discover, pinpoint and snag specifically the kind of individuals I had been intrigued in meeting. My hunt-to-date ratio improved significantly and I no longer have that experience of leaving cafes single-handedly.

At the moment, I take my dates off to these very same watering holes for alcoholic beverages and I usually never leave alone. This technology for angling doesn't exist yet, it does for locating men and women in your town who are usually looking to date someone just such as you. I encourage you to internet date since it might alter, reward and greatly improve your lifestyle beyond measure. Right now there are enormous suitable men and women on planet earth that suit your desires nevertheless , you need guidance to be able to find them just as I have to have help to find fish. Look at your sense of adventure and enroll in a zero cost online dating website today to help you go fishing for a date and hook, line and sink-her.

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