The point is: you and the other person have to be sleeping about something (and it has to be the same thing), or you’re just wasting your time.
The Only Two Problems That Exist
But the real beauty of the “fuck yes or no” law is that it simplifies the problems you can encounter in your dating life. When applying the “damn yes or no” law, there are only two problems one can face.
The first problem is people who never feel a “fuck yes” to anyone they meet. If you are lukewarm to absolutely everyone you meet, then either your demographics are distant, or you are underpowered and protect yourself by remaining indifferent and indifferent to everyone around you.
Remember that your job is to find something great in every person you meet; It is not their job to show you. This is life, not a ridiculous sales agreement. Learning to appreciate the people you meet is a skill you develop. So get it. This does not mean that you have to fall in love with everyone who breathes in your direction. It just means that you need to take responsibility for your ability to communicate with the people you meet.
The second problem is people who never meet others for whom they feel “lucky yes.” If all the people you follow give you a mild response or outright disapproval, it’s time to focus on improving yourself. Ask yourself, what would inspire others to say “fuck yes” about you? If the answer is not clear, then you have to act. Build yourself on someone who might say “fuck yeah.”
And that’s the ultimate lesson in dating advice – man, woman, gay, straight, trans, furry, whatever – the only real dating advice is self-improvement. Everything else is a distraction, a futile battle in the gray zone, a long ego journey. Because, yes, with the right tools and performance, you might be able to convince someone to sleep with you, date you, and even marry you. But you will have won the battle by sacrificing the war, the long-running war of happiness.