Avoiding dating players online
He doesn't want people around him to get the wrong idea and think he's off the market.
When he tells you he can’t hang out, and yet his Snapchat story clearly shows him hanging out at the bar, you know he’s lying.He’s not interested in spending quality time with you.He probably spent the earlier part of the evening taking out other girls. He doesn't respect you and only hanging out late at night makes it easy for him to not put a label on your relationship.They aren't feeding you this information because they're "jealous." They want you to be happy.They clearly know this guy is a jerk and they want to protect you so you don’t get hurt.He’s just giving you an excuse because he'd rather party than hang out with you. If he’s following a bunch of hot girls on Instagram and Twitter, he’s definitely suspect.
No guy spends his time scrolling through a bunch of ratchet girls' photos if he’s not trying (or at least hoping) to get with her. Any guy who refuses to acknowledge your relationship anywhere other than in private is a creeper.
It's hard to separate the wheat from the chaff, if you will, when you're giving online dating a go.
In my experience, finding a good guy on a dating app is hard— a bit of a needle in a haystack situation.
He has never asked you to go out to a real restaurant, and if you suggest it, he just blows you off or offers a lame line like, “but I just like to be home with you.”He likely doesn’t want you to get too attached to him because he isn’t attached to you.
He wants to keep things casual because he feels casual about the relationship.
He doesn’t treat women with the respect they deserve. He is clearly getting his flirt on with other girls. Any conversation about long-term commitment is off limits.