How respond online dating profile

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Pick a few intriguing things that they said in their profile and go from there.

For instance, I just looked at another random guy’s Ok Cupid profile.

After I worked for Evan, daters began asking me questions beyond the profile-writing stage, like message etiquette, how fast they’re supposed to write someone back, and what they’re supposed to say.

Here’s some of those online what-the-heck-do-I-write-in-a message dating dilemmas I hear about and a few key reminders.

Usually, though, they can see when you last logged in, so what does waiting really prove (aside from showing that you're busy and writing to other people)?

I know that sometimes we log in just for a moment and don't have time to write back immediately.

Anyone can say they dance or read, but what kind of dancing and what kind of books?

This guy gives us a lot to respond to, and prompts a discussion of books, authors, and reading without him even realizing it.

If you try online dating, you likely have questions: The cliché is that women get a ton of messages. I get a lot of messages, but I have no interest in 90% of them. Seriously, if you put anything sexual in an introductory message, I think you’re an asshol E.

The majority are boring, clearly copy/pasted, and do absolutely nothing to start a conversation. It’s hard enough to date someone who lives in a different borough of NYC! Maybe if you’re hilarious, gorgeous, AND bake macarons.

Now if you demonstrate a great sense of humor and that we have things in common, I might entertain the “age is only a number” cliché. If you want responses to messages REFRAIN FROM ALL OF THE ABOVE. There’s also not so secret Reason #20: I’m just not attracted to you. BUT a good message can make a person so much more attractive, I’m not kidding! Ones that are too specific to be copy/pasted to the entirety of the online world.

They mention something from the profile I took the time to create: a favorite movie (so easy!

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