Naturally, different types of apps attract different types of users. Here I present you with a general rundown of the varying stereotypes of men you’re likely to meet on these popular dating apps. He’s smart, sensitive, and kind of handsome without being intimidatingly hot. He’s the creative director/photographer/graphic designer for rock stars, and he has thousands of Instagram followers.
It’s also likely that he isn’t over his last girlfriend, this is especially true of guys who start acting like a boyfriend after only a few dates.
His behavior isn’t so much a sign of his feelings for you as it is an indicator that he simply misses being in a relationship.
Where to find him: Our Yankii can usually be found in the Greater Tokyo Area.
In summer, head to the beach in Chiba or Kanagawa, where you’ll find him working on his tan, showing off his tattoos and generally being loud and obnoxious with his friends.
The first step in having an amazing, healthy relationship is to choose wisely.
To do that, you need to know what red flags to watch out for so you can extricate yourself from a bad situation before you get in too deep and wind up brokenhearted.
And with that, I bring you the five types of guys to avoid dating, and tips on what to do if you’re already dating one of the types.
TYPE 1: The guy who gets too intimate too soon When a guy is over eager it can mean a few things, none of them good.
And while you’re out there, see if you can spot these ten types of men you might encounter dating in Japan. Where to find him: Your favorite club in Roppongi or Shibuya. Don’t worry, by the time you see him, he’ll be halfway across the room. He’s a smooth talker, so save yourself the heartache and leave the next morning quietly.