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First message online dating sample

If a man who *I* viewed as attractive in some way, had a profile which showed independent thought, a sense of humor, and an understanding of who he was, was in his 40's and in my area, then I would most likely reply. Sometimes an individual message works when she ACTUALLY has a decent written profile.

The first message you send to a woman online will make or break your chances with her.

Make a positive impression and you’re halfway to getting laid.

The last point we need to make on introductory emails is to ask a question, preferably at the end.

This gives her something to respond to and helps get the conversation going.

There were no lame clichés that men still think work. We kept the emails short, to the point, and they were original.

We were also aggressive in suggesting we get together soon.

Let's start with a few examples of messages I am NOT in any way inclined to respond to, yet receive every. From there I close it out with telling them that if they're interested in learning more about each other to write me back.

Even if I don't think a guy is a good match but send me a thougthful me a message, I'll write back, even if it's just to thank him for taking the time to write and wish him well on his search.

It doesn't mean I'll meet everyone who writes and fits that criteria, but I would be open to communicating to learn about core values, what type of man he was, honesty etc. I have pretty much come to the conclusion that the spread is only 10% based on messages. Some things that I do when I write messages to women who grab my attention and interest is make the message about them to show that I've taken time to read their profile.

Great question - it's awesome that you're actaully putting thought into. [uggh]Hey Hi/hello'Sup How r u Hey sexy/sweetie/hun/baby/cutieu hot Messages that DO get a response from me show me that 1) the guy actually read my profile 2) is respectful and 3) genuinely wants to get to know me. I think it's a good idea to mention that we'd hit it off well because we share some common interests and then list/talk about those interests a bit/ask a question or 2 about one of those common interests so she has something to reply to/with.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Mostly it's just a bunch of pics with his buddies at a bar and the 'About Me' section says "Ask me and I'll tell you" or a series of random letters to take up space.