Second dating message

Your friend could have probably gotten an even better response rate with a less generic message but that takes a lot of time. I think it took my wife 6 months to friend me And in regards to your comments about age, I’d say that’s true online and off.

Under 25, most people aren’t really serious about relationships, and that applies to both men and women.

It allows you to communicate in a more convenient manner since most people always have their phone with them.

I like to do this personally, and I’ve found that once I offer my number in the second or third online message, the girl will 9 times out of ten give me hers in the next message, with a followup like “looking forward to talking to you.” Again, great tips all around, thanks all @Greg Yep, as in life so goes the internet.

), or that I like making pizza from scratch, or that “I’m very expensive” (you gotta read the post all about that one).

It’s also great to ask a question at the end of your message- this starts a conversation and gives something to respond to. This is me doing my part to make that world a reality.

With the 22-27 crowd, seeing your FB profile is much more real than your OKC profile. With about 50% of the girls, I realized the few pics they posted were very flattering of them (I ditched the date)… Makes a very easy opening into talking about each other personally and move into GK’s Big Four.

In the online world “You’re so beautiful” makes me roll my eyes and assume you type the same thing into every message box. I only respond to messages that show the person read my profile. Creepily noticing what time I’m online and asking me about it… I rarely get along with people who take themselves too seriously.

I hope you never get laid again.” I resist the urge.

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.