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In practice, however, we have these tendencies to expend a lot of our time and energy on aspects of dating which prone to wasting your time with online dating than you are trying to meet women by making a cold approach at a bar or making small-talk with the cute librarian you ran into at Starbucks.
Why do all of that when you can meet women without leaving your house?
I could be making a vast generalization, but to an extent, this doesn’t matter.
I’ve been contemplating this for a few days, and that spurred because of this blog entry that Belle Vierge of Finding My Virginity blog pointed out to me.
There could be several reasons, including but not limited to: – She doesn’t think you are attractive. – Something in your profile is a deal-breaker for her. – She’s in the beginning stages of dating someone else.. – Something that you couldn’t possibly know about is going on in her life and she just can’t be bothered with meeting new people, dating, or responding to anyone on the internet. Family emergencies, work drama, her cat died..) I could go on and on forever.
(or maybe not the beginning stages.) – She online dates for an ego boost and nothing more. But it’s NOT because you asked her a basic question about one of her interests. I send out messages to guys I find attractive and don’t get responses, probably because I’m not a size 0.
So how do you cobble together something from a pile of nothing? If not, the person you’re contacting probably has 10 emails just like yours sitting on the computer screen. Even though you’re writing to someone out of the blue, do so with the belief that this person would be lucky to have you. Your profile ultimately does the selling; your email just has to pique their interest.Some, back in the early days of online dating (lo those dark days of the late 90s and early 00s), were evil and would sell a limited number of messages; if you sent out a message and didn’t hear back, well, tough shit Charlie, you just blew a buck (or whatever the per-unit cost was). were intended as a way of trying to get someone to message so that you could chat without wasting your hard-earned money.Needless to say, it was kind of an insult even back then; nothing screams romance more than “I’m interested in you but not enough to actually to join the site.” Fortunately most sites seem to have wised up and charge a subscription fee instead, but the vestigal organ that is the “wink” hangs in there like an appendix and does nothing but cause trouble.But I’ve come to believe that men, specifically, say they want funny and original. But I wonder if there’s anything more to it than my own personal experience.But when it comes to acting on that statement, most of them don’t. In fact, I think I’m posting this on JDaters Anonymous.