It’s a problem we all face: You find an attractive someone on a dating site. When someone hits on someone else, they fall into this trap.
You craft a witty, fun, complimentary and intelligent email and send it off, and two weeks go by with no reply. Saying “Hi” definitely counts, as does sending an email that in any way, shape or form says anything resembling “You’re attractive to me. ” The person being approached (Person B) knows they “have” the approacher (Person A), because Person A just made it abundantly clear that they’re interested in Person B.
Yeah, that goes against the tenets of Game but let’s not forget the ol’ boner test. Sure enough, she had read my message within hours of me sending it.
I simply can’t get aroused with women who are too fat. The response came two days after I sent out that batch of messages. Sadly, the message was so terse that it resembled a copy and paste job: “LOL you are funny!
This is boring for Person B, because there’s no mystery.
Plus, because you’re not being obvious about your interest, they won’t know whether or not you are interested, which immediately makes you more interesting to them. In person, you could be needing information about something that’s bugging you (like why people don’t respond to well-written emails on dating sites), and they look like they could be qualified to answer.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.If you don’t have time to check out the blog – basically, the blogger condones form letters.While it does require less effort for women to get responses from the opposite sex, they’re not really in the best position, as they have to dig through a lot of junk before they find any substance.Headlines are just as important as the content in your message.