Online dating advice forum
You can sort through five or more supposedly "highly qualified leads" -- in some cases daily. ----- As a coach, I encourage women to "know their brand" of femininity.
The question is, whose definition of highly qualified are we talking about? If you ask for my number, make the call and ASK ME OUT. And we're not teenagers who need to hide behind texting until we "feel comfortable" enough to talk. If you don't like to cook, the pictures on your profile shouldn't show you in an apron, holding up an apple pie.
" another example "Your profile is like what I imagine what an internal combustion engine turned into text would be like: a series of tiny literary explosions propelling the reader ever forward. Please tell me your patent is pending and your notice of copyright intent has been filed. If I were to sit here and comment on your profile, piece by piece, which would be amazingly entertaining, this message might come across a little sycophantic because of the sheer amount of praise that would be involved. (It usually involves late night explorations around The Fan with a backpack whose contents include a bottle of wine and perhaps some sort of instruments to create some delightful and unobtrustive street art)" wound up dating her for a couple months.
Instead, I'll just make the point that anyone that references a Venn diagram in their profile on a dating site immediately makes them awesomererer(erer) than 99% of the rest of the population of any given demographic. or even simple like this: "hey there sue_babe, I'm gonna make a terrible pun and assume that your username comes from being overly litigious.
People like having fun and like being around people who are having fun.
(this is why we're on dakka and playing games with each other) Nothing is more awkward than someone who is being awkward attempting to awkwardly talk to you.
When I hear about a girl's man, I'm assuming we probably shouldn't be on that date period.
Don't ask your friends to tell you everything they can because you can end up with a tainted view of what to expect.Anyways does any one have experience with online dating any tips or general info I should know? 1% of the messages you send will get a response, and 1% of those might have a chance of going somewhere.Remember that you're doing the equivalent of walking into a bar and simultaneously approaching hundreds of potential dates.2) Online dating profiles are better at filtering out bad matches than confirming good ones.It's very hard to write a profile that gives more than a superficial impression of a person, so once you filter out the obvious "wouldn't touch with someone else's ten foot pole" people fine-tuning the difference between "ok, but nothing special" and "OMG TRUE LOVE" isn't really something you can do without having an offline date.