Online dating replies

by  |  11-Feb-2015 15:32

His profile picture was of him before a race, and his profile talked a lot about triathlon training. He told me later that he was intrigued by the fact he didn’t know whether or not it was a date, and that’s why he replied. By asking about something that they’re clearly knowledgeable about, you have guaranteed subject matter to discuss on the actual date.

I was mildly interested in triathlons at the time, so I emailed him and said I was interested in knowing more about the sport, and would he mind meeting me for coffee so I could pick his brain. So, the more descriptive you are on your profile, the better.

You will come across as lazy or uneducated The response may be by e-mail or online chat If you respond by e-mail and it is ignored try no more than once more Remember at all times to treat each other with dignity and respect If you are going to respond to an ad - be sure that you match the required criteria before you respond – e.g., age range, description, religion, location, interests and so on Do not respond to an ad if you are not genuinely interested.

Put your energy into responding to a good prospect If you have responded to an ad and the reply is a rejection, that’s life. You are one step closer to your love match If the response is from a person clearly outside your stated parameters, they are wasting your time.

When you open a channel of communication (in person or online) that doesn’t in any way indicate that you’re interested in the person you’re talking with (as you would with a friend), the person being approached will just think you’re a friendly, confident person that they’re being given a chance to help out. How do you talk to someone you like without indicating your interest? Have a reason to be talking to your targeted hot someone besides the fact that they’re hot.

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