Reasons why Indian men send random Facebook requests and Messages

Here are some of the facts you need to understand about Indian men and why they are so persistent in sending random requests and messages.

Reasons why Indian men send random Facebook requests and Messages

An average Facebook user has at one point received random Facebook requests and messages from Indian men. Ever thought why Indian men sends random Facebook messages and requests to strangers?

Facebook application allows users to connect with relatives, close friends, mutual friends and at time reconnecting with previous year friends (childhood friends and former school or work mates).

This leaves a loophole that an average Facebook use has at one point accepted a friend request from a stranger. The Facebook application itself has set community standards which requires users to accept and requests friendship from people they know.

Due to the need of connecting with new people for business, ideas and even love, Facebook users end up accepting or following people of interest. There is a spike in random friend requests and inbox messages mainly from Indian men targeted at good looking female Facebook users.

Here are some of the facts you need to understand about Indian men and why they are so persistent in sending random requests and messages.

Reasons why Indian men send random Facebook messages and friendship requests

Ever received a random love message or compliment from an Indian man? If your answer is yes guess what they actually believe they have a chance in love with you.

Here are some of the reasons why they send you random messages and compliments

Generally Indian men love women, they enjoy being surrounded by women.

This is evident in the wide spread of polygamies in India. According to study 2% of Indian wives revealed that their husbands have another wife.

On average a polygamous Hindu is likely to have 1.77 wives, a polygamous Muslim 2.55, Christian 2.35, and Buddhist 3.41.

In India families are very strict with their daughters, they are barely allowed to roam around in streets so Indian men turn their attention to Facebook women who are just a click away.

Indian population composition – Men are more that women in India

India has a population of 1.353 billion people and 48 % of the total population are females, Indian men constitutes 52% of the total population.

Holding other things constant if India implements one man one woman policy, 2% of the Indian population will be without wives. This is means 27,6 million of India men are access of the available women, this is the population of African countries Zimbabwe and Senegal combined.

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This explains why Indian men resort in sending random Facebook messages and requests.

A few success stories

Sending random Facebook messages has worked for a few Indian men, about 5% of them actually find love on Facebook. This little and almost impossible to achieve statistic gives home to others.

When asked why they throw random messages to women on Facebook, one Indian man said

“You don’t have anything to lose for trying to strike up a conversation. We talk a lot and hence it reflects on our virtual avatars as well (only this time it’s the index finger clicking on the mouse).”

How to stop random messages and friend requests from Indian men on Facebook

  1. Adjust your Facebook profile privacy settings to be accessed by your friends only
  2. Change your relationship status to married or engaged. Indian men are the most respectful people, they respect marriages and family. Single and Its complicated relationship statuses invites random messages and friend requests.
  3. Adjust your Facebook account to “Interested in Women” in this case they will never find your account.
  4. Above all stop being too beautiful, Indians have an eye for beauty.

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