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If a woman is doing great, she might get 50 emails, or 150 emails, or 400 emails.
Which means that there are definitely some quality guys who don’t get through the first screening process I remember meeting a woman on in 2002.
Men are looks-driven and I don’t know many who ignore someone who piques their interest. Guys generally don’t ignore emails from women to whom they’re attracted.
For men, it’s probably worth it to take a second shot a month down the road. If he’s not responding the first time, it’s either because he’s not a paying member and can’t read the email, he’s got too many emails in his inbox and will wait till other prospects dry out to get to yours, or he simply isn’t interested.
I’ve definitely dated guys where that’s been the case.” “Never send a guy a text on the much of a dealbreaker?
It seems silly to me that something as innocuous as a polite text message (the 2012 equivalent of a Thank You note? I’m pretty sure that if a guy had a nice time with me, he’d be happy to hear that I had a nice time, too, and if he like me, a text isn’t going to make things significantly worse. (My problem with that is that then the text always seems a little out of the blue, and I have to strategize about the best time to send it, and so sending one right away just seems easiest.) [poll id=”13″] ###Presented by Signup for free online dating.
If she has 500 potential future spouses in the mix, why would she date a guy fifteen years older? What they DON’T do, and probably should is HIDE THEIR PROFILES.
She could date a guy that’s just as successful and kind, but closer to her age. But as much as the young women complain about all of the awful guys who write to them, they generally refuse to stem the tide by removing themselves or going without a picture.
Take down your photo or profile and proactively contact men.
This subject was brought up before, and I am a minority in my thoughts on it, but someone else suggested that if you do email again after that, you wait at least a month.
Her thought, which is valid in some cases, is that some people prefer to be talking to only one person at a time and is involved.
On my end, I love hearing from guys at the end of a great date – these are the texts that I save in my inbox and read over and over again throughout the week. ) But if a follow-up text isn’t standard, should I refrain from sending one after my next date?
Dear Ynez, Allow me to answer your second question first, because it’s a lot quicker: No. So, in essence, you’re saying something as clichéd as “I like to laugh” or “I want a man who’s honest.” It’s a pointless point, and is one that’s bound to be ignored.