The best thing about it, though, is that it’s a no-lose situation.If you ask and she says “yes”, then congratulations! If she says “not yet,” but suggests maybe another time soon?To abuse the metaphor further, you want to be tossing as much out there as you can and seeing what floats to the top. Some people are just going to disappear off the face of the earth with no warning.It’s one thing when you’re meeting women in person – unless you’re a graduate of the Lando Calrissian Player School, then you’re only going to be flirting with one woman at a time. Even if someone seems perfect on paper, you have no idea how well you’re going to work out in person… Even two or three dates isn’t enough to preclude things not working out.She’s still interested but needs a little more time to be comfortable. Cool, you don’t need to waste any more time with her; move on and find someone who interested in them, odds are that somebody else is too…and your online honey-bunny is talking to them, too.
and they don’t necessarily have anything to do with never know.
Unless you’ve had some form of the relationship talk, don’t be so quick to cut ties with other potential dates. Here’s one of the harsh truths about online dating: it’s a numbers game.
The people who of time feeling like you’re shouting out into the void or tossing off messages in bottles only to watch them disappear over the horizon without any hope of a response.
The key is to be short and sweet; the longer the email, the more likely it’s going to seem as though you’re too desperate. if you’re already assuming that they’re not likely to write back time writing out a sonnet?
I’m a fan of the dating site email template – less of a form letter and more of a very easily customizable email that you send out in order to save time.
This is the reality of 99.999% of people who use OKCupid or Match or Plenty Of Fish or Geek2Geek or Fetlife or Christian Singles or JDate…