Heads up, gents. Online dating can open up new doors of opportunities with a little help from real world dating tips that work. Spice up your matchmaking with some of these ideas.
Point out nice things or the lemonade in life – nice things the other person has mentioned, nice acts the person has done, good things on the news latterly, etc. Be upbeat, and forget those lemons in life. Even in email a person can shout, by using all capital letters. So show manners and kindness. Keep swearing, unkind remarks, prejudice, etc. out of your communications. And “do unto others….”
Comment on how attractive she is. Yes, women do want to know they are pretty, even if they’re online and you can’t see them and have no idea. So in your communications, ask questions that would help you know, but in an unobtrusive way like – how do you wear your hair? And then say how attractive that must look.
Today’s online dating tip: If you’re interested, send an email, not a wink.
Once upon a time lived a lovely young heroine looking for love. She looked left, and right, but didn’t find it. So she opened up her laptop and registered on an online dating site and there it was, staring her right in the face: LOVE! So many online options, she thought woefully, and yet so little time to meet each gentleman in her busy life of prancing about looking for love.
So add some helpful real-world tips that do work (a lot of the time anyway) into your online dating equations. And come up on the positive side of romance – and enjoy more lemonade!
Two potential online suitors tried to contact our heroine. Each boasted a lovely profile replete with a handsome visage, bulging biceps, stable source of income, and witty disposition. Our busy heroine was delighted at the possibility of being courted by one of these bachelors, and yet she had not the time to spare to contact both in return.
Our heroine was flummoxed. Which lucky man would win a date, and which would be sent home without a rose? (Wait….wrong scenario.) Just as she began to fear she was at an impasse, a lightbulb appeared directly above her head and she saw the solution clearly! After turning off the lightbulb to conserve energy, she realized that while one of her potential suitors had sent her a thoughtful email conveying his interest and demonstrating he had read through her profile, the other bachelor had simply sent her a wink. This wink, while considerate, took no effort and gave no indication whether he had even read through her carefully constructed online profile.
Our heroine had made her choice! She responded to the suitor who had taken the time to write her an email. They enjoyed a brief email correspondence, began a courtship, and lived happily ever after.
*Story has been slightly embellished to illustrate a point; any likeness between fictional protagonist and fictional suitors is purely coincidental. For example, protagonist has not yet found true love and therefore has ample time to write online dating advice columns. For example.
**While an email will improve your chances of receiving a response, a novel will scare someone away. Do not write a fourteen paragraph treatise in your first email contact! Short and sweet will do just fine.
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