Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Whatever you do, DO NOT just say "Hi" in the subject line and nothing else.
Whats the best way to break the ice on a first email? And also, don't invite someone to dinner in the first email. Just say something like, "I really liked your profile. Take a look at my profile and let me know if you'd like to talk.
All I do now is simply say I'm interested, and that doesn't seem to work either of late, but has worked in the past (although only twice that resulted in first dates). I didn't get to be this old without learning quite a few things ... when a person sends an e-mail, it's my opinion that BEFORE opening the e-mail, most women check out your profile ... if your profile is FILLED with NEGATIVE comments about how you've never met anyone but tramps, scammers, etc. how I'm not a meal ticket to be taken advantage of ... Also, making fun of the girl or putting up jokes that are otherwise lame, probably not a good idea either. Looks do play a big role on here -- I admit I've based a few responses solely on a person's image, but to say that looks are the only thing that will get you noticed is incorrect.. They said so lol So the girls you singled out with your personal criteria in your specific geographical region, of the MILLIONS of women on Po F, some how represents what the women on Po F think??? Maybe I misunderstood this.why would a girl want to be with a guy that was not funny? Do you REALLY think ONLY "hot" people form relationships with each other?? Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie better stop adopting or else the entire Human race will perish!! Hopefully, you have something more in common than watching Grey's Anatomy. - someone else who thinks that there is more than just physical attraction on here... Hopefully, you have something more in common than watching Grey's Anatomy. Read over her profile, consider common interests and come up with something funny based on that.
Therefore, I don't think that which is said makes any difference anymore. this not necessarily directed to any one of the previous posters ... and how, if you come with children from a previous marriage, don't expect ME to CARE for them ... I find that if the person simply seems genuine and really taps into what you wrote on your own profile, makes for a better start. I would rather be with a man that is a 5 who is on the same level with me, than be with a man who is a 10 and dumb as door knob or who has the hot body. Your issue maybe that you didnt add a lot in your profile or that you put "Transition" as your career. Whats the best way to break the ice on a first email? Unless he is Batman, I just can't see the motive there... Why not just acknowledge there is such a thing as "hot" and understand that people are born that way without the choice to be so? There is so much more to attraction then your looks, and if you are not willing to take the initiative to understand why then you don't deserve her. I like to leave a question regarding their hobbies like 'What beach do you like to walk on in Bakersfield? I think all people are compelled to provide answers to questions they know the answer to. :)Sure, it may be the picture that initially gets you noticed, but it's how you present yourself or how you respond that can make or break a connection. I like to leave a question regarding their hobbies like 'What beach do you like to walk on in Bakersfield? I think all people are compelled to provide answers to questions they know the answer to. Every time is different and sometimes it takes a while. It does seem they are most of it to most here in so-cal and this is amplified online.
I'm not talking about writing a long-winded essay or anything, but it really is nice if they truly seem interested in getting to know you for you, and not just for what you look like. Looks do play a big role on here -- I admit I've based a few responses solely on a person's image, but to say that looks are the only thing that will get you noticed is incorrect. If your sleeping on a friends couch then a woman doesn't see that you have much to offer. I usually start with my name talk about a common interest and invite for a dinner. You apparently are a part of team "Brad Pitt is a Greek God". Attraction is so beyond the box you're trying to smash it into. I figure a SIMPLE, unintrusive question gives the person a place to start if they decide to email you back. I figure a SIMPLE, unintrusive question gives the person a place to start if they decide to email you back. I do think there is something to having a main photo that makes you look as good as possible and looks like a high quality head shoulders shot even in a small search thumbnail.
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What ever you do DON'T ask a woman out before having a conversation with her first, it makes you sound desprate and creepy. but I wouldn't even waste my time opening the e-mail ... While pictures serve as a temporary first impression, sometimes it really does matter what the person says.
The best opening message I have ever got was a guy who said: You like hiking me too, until last summer a group of us guys came upon a rattle snake on the trail and all the guys in front of me started screaming like little girls, but I am willing to try again. doesn't matter WHAT the e-mail says if the profile is filled with anger, meanness ... For me, if a guy can't even write out anything intelligible, that's the no-go to begin with.
I like your profile your very interesting, please check out mine and let me know if you want to chat. Remember that us girls get lots of messages so you want to say something that will make you stand out. I don't need a bunch of grammatical and spelling errors right off the bat, nor do I need "text speak" with the shortened 'u r cute want 2 talk' crap.
Yea, I for sure would say no asking to dinner first email and NOOOO Hey sexy or How was your weekend? I used to send "a line" or a joke or something, but that got me nowhere (zero responses). and how you are too good to do this, that or the other ... Even the "Hey sexy/gorgeous/beautiful, what are you up to? " simple one-liners aren't going to cut it, they're so cliche and make you sound like you can't think of anything else better to say. Always say something that acknowledges you've read their profile and that you have something in common. Always say something that acknowledges you've read their profile and that you have something in common.