Proper dating site etiquette
I notice a lot of men here on LS complain about their lack of response to their messages on dating sites.I am sure it can be disheartening - though I have to say as a woman who sometimes emails men i am most interested in - i get very little response from the ones I like!
Perhaps this is too "big-picture" for any personal application, however. (UGH annoying) now i delete all emails if i do not have an interest in that person, its silly to lead the males on when there is 0 chance and 0 interest lol especially if they arent your type!But doesn't this lead them to think they have a chance then? " I kind of fallen out of that, and meet "half-way" in my content by throwin' in a little question here and there about the person I'm contacting. Sometimes I've ignored, then actually got them writing back saying it's rude to ignore. What I mean by "a response or acknowledgment of some kind" is just an e-mail says thank you but not interested.If they a cliche'd profile, I ask cliche'd questions as well. And a couple that I have written back to saying I wasn't interested, wanted to know why. A lot of the dating sites have a default "No thanks" button that you can click on that will do it for you if you don't want to take the time to type it out.Guys who put effort into their messages by reading your profile and asking personal questions should at least be rewarded with a response or acknowledgment of some kind.And guys who simply write one-sentence should not be rewarded with any response of any kind.
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