4 Simple Ways To Meet Women
June 26, 2017 (No Comments) by Ryan Corry

We all know how hard it can be to go out on the pull with no groundwork done. Some of us prefer to have a bit of contact through social media and maybe try and act on it, here’s some of the best ways to meet girls in Ireland.

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Tinder

It might sound like a last resort option however it doesn’t have to be used as a dating site to meet random girls and hook up, but don’t knock that idea either. You can try using it with a low distance setting so you’re getting a lot of girls you may know already. Maybe you have your eye on one of them and a simple match on Tinder might just be a way of knowing if your little crush is a mutual thing or if you should just resort to the random hook ups.

Bars

So, while it’s not like you see on TV and everyone is a natural charmer with the ladies and all ladies are willing to give the lovable nerd a chance, it’s not all bad either. On the pro side of things, you are unlikely to have as many drinks thrown in your face as TV characters get. While on the con side of things, you will probably get told that they already have a girlfriend/boyfriend/husband or be given your marching orders. It’s just a matter of meeting the right one and I’ve also found that being a little drunk but still able to use full words and ability to stand is an advantage.

Being a GAA Superstar

While I know that the labelling of women is very much a subject that I should steer clear of, words such as Hurleyhunter and Jerseypuller are there for a reason. There is a large portion of women in Ireland who are drawn to the county’s answer to Henry Shefflin or Bernard Brogan. It doesn’t matter if hurling is the only skill and ability the lad has, if he’s good enough, the free cars and All Star banquets with photo-shoots will follow.

Hobbies

Having a group hobby or public hobby such as going to the gym, running, volunteering, scouting etc. can be a great way to meet people and also eliminates the need for an icebreaker. If you have a shared hobby, you already have a shared topic of conversation and the first step, the hardest one of all, is already taken for you. I’ve seen many a good man benefit from playing in a long and enduring work tag rugby league!

Ireland is much like every other country in how people are meeting each other nowadays. Technology plays a massive part in everything we do and there is no mystery to anything anymore because you know almost all you need to know about a person through their online profiles before you’ve even had a face to face conversation. (Disclaimer: This may not always be true)

The only difference seems to be the popular sport of choice which differs from nation to nation but the attitudes remain the same.

So if you’re not great with Tinder or have the sporting ability of a turnip then maybe you should consider some hobbies where you might meet people with similar interests as yourself. Worth a shot at least. Happy hunting.

Ryan Corry
Jack of all trades, master of none. Optimistic Sunday league footballer and occasional PRO. Claim To Fame – I once played Minor at the age of 20.

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4 Simple Ways To Meet Women
June 26, 2017 (No Comments) by Ryan Corry

We all know how hard it can be to go out on the pull with no groundwork done. Some of us prefer to have a bit of contact through social media and maybe try and act on it, here’s some of the best ways to meet girls in Ireland.

how to meet women

Tinder

It might sound like a last resort option however it doesn’t have to be used as a dating site to meet random girls and hook up, but don’t knock that idea either. You can try using it with a low distance setting so you’re getting a lot of girls you may know already. Maybe you have your eye on one of them and a simple match on Tinder might just be a way of knowing if your little crush is a mutual thing or if you should just resort to the random hook ups.

Bars

So, while it’s not like you see on TV and everyone is a natural charmer with the ladies and all ladies are willing to give the lovable nerd a chance, it’s not all bad either. On the pro side of things, you are unlikely to have as many drinks thrown in your face as TV characters get. While on the con side of things, you will probably get told that they already have a girlfriend/boyfriend/husband or be given your marching orders. It’s just a matter of meeting the right one and I’ve also found that being a little drunk but still able to use full words and ability to stand is an advantage.

Being a GAA Superstar

While I know that the labelling of women is very much a subject that I should steer clear of, words such as Hurleyhunter and Jerseypuller are there for a reason. There is a large portion of women in Ireland who are drawn to the county’s answer to Henry Shefflin or Bernard Brogan. It doesn’t matter if hurling is the only skill and ability the lad has, if he’s good enough, the free cars and All Star banquets with photo-shoots will follow.

Hobbies

Having a group hobby or public hobby such as going to the gym, running, volunteering, scouting etc. can be a great way to meet people and also eliminates the need for an icebreaker. If you have a shared hobby, you already have a shared topic of conversation and the first step, the hardest one of all, is already taken for you. I’ve seen many a good man benefit from playing in a long and enduring work tag rugby league!

Ireland is much like every other country in how people are meeting each other nowadays. Technology plays a massive part in everything we do and there is no mystery to anything anymore because you know almost all you need to know about a person through their online profiles before you’ve even had a face to face conversation. (Disclaimer: This may not always be true)

The only difference seems to be the popular sport of choice which differs from nation to nation but the attitudes remain the same.

So if you’re not great with Tinder or have the sporting ability of a turnip then maybe you should consider some hobbies where you might meet people with similar interests as yourself. Worth a shot at least. Happy hunting.

Ryan Corry
Jack of all trades, master of none. Optimistic Sunday league footballer and occasional PRO. Claim To Fame – I once played Minor at the age of 20.

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