So you’re horny and you’ve got nothing going on, romantic or sexual, in the real world. If you’re not interested in hanging out in bars to try and find a woman that’s interested in hooking up, why not try finding someone online? It’s easier to do than combing the club scene. It also lets you sort through the ladies you’re not interested in; in order to find the ones you’d love to get freaky with. It also gives you access to far more women than you would have had if you’d just decided to go out for some drinks. Just because sex personals ads are convenient doesn’t mean that they’re a guaranteed gateway to you getting laid. You need to learn which ads are the most legit and which ads to avoid in order to find success.
The Right Terminology
You need to look for the right terminology when you’re looking for a woman to hook up with, and you need to make sure that terminology relates to what you’re hoping to get out of this. Do you just want to get laid? If so, you’re going to want to pay attention to ads that say “NSA”, which stands for “no strings attached.” Are you hoping to keep your body disease free? If so, look for ads that have “DDF” in them (drug and disease free). Other acronyms you should pay attention to include “W4M” (women for men), “BBW” (big beautiful woman) and “ISO” (in search of). Anything that says “HWP” means “height / weight proportionate,” which is a nice way of saying that while the person listing the ad isn’t fat, he or she isn’t exactly built, either.
Things to Avoid
A lot of the acronyms you’re going to find in sex personals are going to stand for some really freaky shit. Any ads reading “ANR” or “ABR”, for example, are something you’re probably going to want to avoid because they stand for “adult nursing relationship” and “adult breastfeeding relationship,” respectively. So unless you’re ready to strap on a diaper and look for a woman you can call “mommy”, you’re probably going to want to steer clear of those. “PNP” is also something you might want to make an effort to avoid, because it stands for “party n’ play.” This means having sex while high on drugs, usually something harder than weed (those kinds of hookups are usually labelled “420friendly”). Unless you like the idea of hooking up with a meth head or heroin addict, “PNP” ads are the ones you should probably just skip over.
“Prostitutes can scam you, Beware!”
Sex personals ads are not, unfortunately, just for horny people like you looking to get a little action. They’re also used by prostitutes looking to find clientele. Ads you need to beware of generally will include something to the effect that a woman is looking for “a generous man” or a “gen.” The other word to look out for is “roses”, which is a code word for cash. Anytime an ad says they’ll do something for roses, is an indicator that they’ll do that something if you pay them … which would make them a prostitute.