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Writing an interesting question or two can't guarantee a response, but NOTHING CAN. Don't waste your time and don't waste anyone else's — you have to put in a little work this way, but just do it.
If we wanted to read your profile, we'd have gone to it.
If your joke isn't funny to that person, it's either a) not funny at all, or b) not funny to him/her. In the middle of this city you're walking around in, surrounded by thousands and millions of people walking, you fear you might be the only one who likes walking?
You might as well find out right away if your senses of humor* line up.*Bonus advice: Please don't just write "I have a good sense of humor" and expect everyone to believe you. It's good to express enthusiasm for shared interests, but don't make them up, and don't be weird about it.
An online dating message is not the same (thank GOD) as a job application.
It's presumptuous to list a bunch of unrequested information about yourself in your message, because doing so assumes that this person already thinks of you as a candidate.
Because most of the emails are horribly written or the guy sending it has a lousy profile. Chances are you would select the purple cow simply because it’s the only one that stood out.
If you’re anything like your profile claims to be, we’re a definite match.
So I understand if she doesn’t respond to my first email quickly, she probably gets so many. Then, calmly, sagaciously, in a manner that no doubt reflects the great Dalai Lama himself, I respond, “What’s the worst thing that could happen? ” Wanna know what the perfect second email should contain? Well, all those precious details can be yours for JUST .99!
It’ll take her a day or two to wade through the other suitors and come upon the majesty of my message.
I think that, honestly, the woman of my dreams probably doesn’t email people back right away. You’re becoming one of those deranged Internet daters who copy and paste every message, who live in a different state, who have only the loosest understandings of the English language, who never ever ever take “no” for an answer.
Certainly not the people she encounters online dating. She has a demanding career in the field of writing for SNL/teaching literature/impersonating Jessica Biel/being the first female manager of the Boston Red Sox. And frankly, the girl of my dreams just doesn’t feel right if she can’t spend at least an hour a day parasailing/playing guitar/cleaning up oil spills/training to be the first female manager of the Boston Red Sox. That’s what people say to me when they ask if they can email someone twice.