The intelligent woman guide to online dating
You’ve carefully chosen corroborating pictures that make you look socially well-adjusted and fun, and you (and your mother) consider yourself a solid catch. Basically, people want what they don’t know they have, or don’t have.
You’ve made a mistake so common; no one even knows there’s a better way. First, let’s look at what happens when someone hits on (i.e. For example, I once went up to this guy at a party and said the highly original and clever one-liner: “Hi.” Instead of responding in kind, he gave me the once over and said, “No.” While his brevity was admirable, his socially mal-adjusted response is an excellent example of what happens when Person A hits on Person B.
With that volume of emails to browse and weed through, most women don't really have the time to browse men's ads!
Delete them, block or report the person harassing you and do your best to move on.
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.
by Krynnster Chapter 1 - The Ad Misconception #1: "the most important thing in getting women on the 'net is an amazingly original, incredibly well written personal ad." Why is this a misconception?
For starters, we all know that in the real world women will usually not pick up guys, so it is fair to assume that this mentality extends to the virtual world as well.