Say which music you like, and your favourite place to see your friends.
You won’t get anywhere if don’t put yourself out there. Don’t: reveal too much too quickly Nobody wants to trawl through an essay on your life, either in your profile or via those early emails.
If you’re match isn’t interested, they either won’t respond or will send you a polite ‘Thanks, but no thanks.’ You can’t take it too personally – she or he hasn’t met you in the flesh! The key is to be open and friendly while still maintaining a bit of mystery.
Many women tell me they’re tired of waiting for men to email them online.
One of my best online dating tips suggests not waiting at all!
My standards are low.” • “Find more interesting descriptors than ‘laid back.’” • “Don’t use the word ‘passionate.’” • “Don’t list only physical attributes in ‘what I’m looking for.’” • “Don’t say, ‘I am looking for a woman who…’ This isn’t a cattle auction, folks.” • “Don’t tell me that you like Thai food and expect me to think you are fascinating.
Every person on the planet likes Thai food.” Give good profile and better email. Don’t write a five page rant about The Mountain Goats. Close with a casual question that invites a response.” • “Do not bother sending me a message that just says, “pretty.” I will not answer you.” • “Just because asking out women is more accessible online, doesn’t mean you should treat it as if you’re unemployed and dropping off a form application at every Mc Donald’s and Starbucks you come across.” Don’t present with a list of demands • “Try to not lead with a list of what you don’t like/hate/can’t stand.
My online dating tips are proven, practical and down-to-earth.
Here’s what I have to say about reaching out to men online.
Accept that dating online will involve some chasing.