First email to a girl on a dating site
Nothing wrong with nerd guys who ask about our mutual interests, but that doesn't exactly dig deep or pique my interests.
What is the difference between the conversations that fizzle and the ones that keep going?
Pretend that you are at a party, you just overheard them say their profile to another person at the party, and you want to muscle your way into the conversation."Dude, rock climbing? ""I have never heard someone make a sex joke about muppets before.
Muppet Treasure Island was basically my entire childhood and now I'm not sure how to feel about it."You know, pick the thing in there that you are excited about about them, and just launch into talking about that thing, and if they want to talk about that thing with you they will.
The worst/funniest thing you can do which is more common then the people who's profiles say not to message them if you just have a generic message and they send how messages like "hey, how are you"I only message if something about their profile really stands out as unique to me, so I usually comment on whatever it is in their profile I like.
I only respond to messages where people have obviously read at least some of my profile, so I assume people will do the same.
In short think about the type of message you would like to see from someone and write that type of message to the people you are interested in.
I will rate them highly so they get the "Someone likes you" notification, and sometimes play visit chicken to see if he'll go first. Something that connects with what they said in their profile.
I had a few comments about food/cooking in mine, and one guy said something like, "I noticed you're into trying new food and cooking.
Honestly, we've been using some of these for years and they're all pretty great.
As any guy who’s ventured onto Tinder or OKCupid knows, that first message is daunting. Your best bet: Mention something specific in her profile, like her Raiders T-shirt or your shared obsession with Game of Thrones.