God.....you just hate it when someone sets you straight.
No, most women are not stupid about detecting creeps. But stupid girls really are not worth giving up your freedoms for.
Myself, am I actively looking for some girl? Answer, not really.
I've had my fun here and there, but it isn't a main priority. Time is on MY side. I let whatever happens happen. You can be a hopeless romantic and finally end up stuck with the first girl to give you a mercy fuck. But myself, I know what I want and know that I'm willing to go about it my own way. "Confessing your love" is stupid because if you keep on nattering about it like you do then it just proves that you DON'T know what love is. Myself I have never found a girl that I have said "wow I really love her" because I didn't. Oh we had fun and good times, but -love-? No. Sorry. I'm not afraid of rejection because if some girl isn't interested, then she isn't interested. No use wasting my time. I don't have a problem because I don't get rejected because I don't try to make shit so serious. You strike me as one of those guys who starts naming your fucking kids before the first date. DON'T DO THAT. That exudes creepiness. In fact I really don't 'date' when I do go out with girls. I just go out with them, and no I don't get too serious too quick because I'm just looking to have fun with somebody, not try to get into serious relationships. And no, I don't fuck around with everyone either because there is no class or taste in that.
You'll have more fun the sooner you stop trying to look for love and just look for good times. Because if you get hemmed up with some bitch the wrong way then you will just be a pining, moping, whining, crying emotional tampon. No girl is worth all that.
Actually, I'm not bitter, just super realistic. If anyone is bitter it is probably you because you want all kinds of love and attention from some girl you probably don't even really know.
I actually have a better time because I just take it as it comes and don't try to be something I'm not just because my pecker itches or because the TV thinks I need to be in a relationship in order to be a person.