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    Ive just got into online game. I messaged a girl online saying that she needs more info on her page. Then she replied with "Im a mystery". What can i reply with to grab her attention more?

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    Anything flirty and fun would be your best bet. Seeing the word "mystery", I think Scooby Doo. I also think about turning it back on herself and saying something like "well I'll help you solve this mystery and figure out who you are ". Just be creative, stay in the context, and you should be fine.
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    Default Re: Online help

    "lol funn - what are you up to ?"

    Don't bring up her profile again. It's coutner intuitive, but just becuase girls put things on their profile, it doesn't actually mean they want you to know everything about them
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdharders View Post
    Don't bring up her profile again. It's coutner intuitive, but just becuase girls put things on their profile, it doesn't actually mean they want you to know everything about them
    I wouldn't say it's counter-intuitive all the time to ask questions in pertinence to her profile. Hell, in my Facebook guide, I recommend it because it can build rapport and it can make it easier to pick her up. It also helps when she has no info on her profile because a blank profile on an online dating website can be either a good thing or a bad thing. You never know if she is your type, or worse yet, a man

    Now I imply not all the time it is alright to ask about or bring up her profile because there are some situations where it is like "what, really?". It's all a matter of common sense, and I don't think that boundary was crossed here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swagman View Post
    I wouldn't say it's counter-intuitive all the time to ask questions in pertinence to her profile. Hell, in my Facebook guide, I recommend it because it can build rapport and it can make it easier to pick her up. It also helps when she has no info on her profile because a blank profile on an online dating website can be either a good thing or a bad thing. You never know if she is your type, or worse yet, a man

    Now I imply not all the time it is alright to ask about or bring up her profile because there are some situations where it is like "what, really?". It's all a matter of common sense, and I don't think that boundary was crossed here.

    I'm a big fan of your Facebook guide, Swag, but I quite whole-heartedly disagree with you here.

    The way I approach any situation online is to create a conversation that has her wanting to know more about YOU, and not the other way around. This is not achieved by asking a foray of questions pertaining to her profile.. In my experience (and I have a lot, trust me) you start asking too many questions and she will eventually just stop messaging. The odd question is fine, as long as it serves some other purpose.. Like building rapport etc. But overdone it is a sure-fire attraction killer.

    If her profile is blank a simple "So you don't say anything about yourself, and you expect me to message you?" works just fine. I've used that as an opener before in fact, and usually it has them talking all about themselves. After that she'll be asking about you, and away you go.. There is always a chance of a profile being fake, or of her being a man, but there are many pretty easy and obvious ways to rule that out right off the bat. That's never been an issue for me. You won't find out what "type" she is until you meet her anyways, so again, a non-issue.

    I think it is far from common sense, mainly because I bombed so many times just to get it right. It's a tricky game, the online thing, but after a while it starts to make sense and you'll find doing it right just comes natural.

    I've pulled about 25 numbers off of a dating site in the past 3 months, and met up with 5 of them. I'm still seeing 4. Nothing lower than a HB8 .. Having a really solid profile is extremely important. It also helps if you are ridiculously good looking like myself, hahaha.

    In all seriousness.. Let's face it; Women who are on online dating sites are still Women. They are still the same women who are looking for a confident, attractive guy that has a million things to offer them. Just like in real life, they aren't going to be attracted to the guy that approaches them asking 20 questions about themselves. Be funny, to the point, concise, straight forward etc. Don't deviate. Then offer your number. Don't ask for hers.

    I like both previous suggestions on how to reply to her. I think either one would work just fine.

    I've posted a few things here and there about online game.. Mostly comments on threads, I've considered making up my own little guide of my own successes and failures. I still may do that.

    Good luck.

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    Hey I'm a 'Respected Contributer' apparently now.. I'll be damned!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
    I'm a big fan of your Facebook guide, Swag, but I quite whole-heartedly disagree with you here.
    Alrighty then, it's nice to see a fan who disagrees with me

    Quote Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
    The way I approach any situation online is to create a conversation that has her wanting to know more about YOU, and not the other way around. This is not achieved by asking a foray of questions pertaining to her profile.. In my experience (and I have a lot, trust me) you start asking too many questions and she will eventually just stop messaging. The odd question is fine, as long as it serves some other purpose.. Like building rapport etc. But overdone it is a sure-fire attraction killer.
    Agreed. Like I stated before, it's one of those common sense situations. If all you're doing is asking questions about her profile for the entire time you're talking to her, than that really is stupid to do. Beginning conversations should always be mainly light banter: only enough to build little slivers of rapport. As long as the profile question is not dwelled on for too long, and it is lead straight into something in pertinence to it or better, then it is perfectly alright to start up a conversation on profile content.

    Quote Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
    If her profile is blank a simple "So you don't say anything about yourself, and you expect me to message you?" works just fine. I've used that as an opener before in fact, and usually it has them talking all about themselves. After that she'll be asking about you, and away you go.. There is always a chance of a profile being fake, or of her being a man, but there are many pretty easy and obvious ways to rule that out right off the bat. That's never been an issue for me. You won't find out what "type" she is until you meet her anyways, so again, a non-issue.
    This seems like a profile content question, only reworded in a style that is more geared for success than a straight forward request for more information. This is along the lines of what I was expressing, and it is along the lines of what a proper profile information request should be like.

    I will admit, the bit on not knowing if you're dealing with a man or not is silly and not that important. However, as many writers like myself recognize, the best way for some to express themselves is through a pen and paper. Just by her messaging style, what she says, or how she presents herself to you, you can figure out so much about her. It's all a matter of being able to analyze and read what she has to say.

    Quote Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
    I think it is far from common sense, mainly because I bombed so many times just to get it right. It's a tricky game, the online thing, but after a while it starts to make sense and you'll find doing it right just comes natural.

    I've pulled about 25 numbers off of a dating site in the past 3 months, and met up with 5 of them. I'm still seeing 4. Nothing lower than a HB8 .. Having a really solid profile is extremely important. It also helps if you are ridiculously good looking like myself, hahaha.
    Solid profile is indeed a key element in getting people to pay notice to you. I firmly recognize that as a necessity. It is alright for us to have two different methods to picking up women. There is no definitive right way to do it. The world is filled with many different kinds of people, and no two people are exactly the same. We can only assume that what we do will work on the majority, but what we consider the majority can be considered the minority. That is why there are so many different methods out there, because there are so many different demographics to go after.

    Quote Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
    In all seriousness.. Let's face it; Women who are on online dating sites are still Women. They are still the same women who are looking for a confident, attractive guy that has a million things to offer them. Just like in real life, they aren't going to be attracted to the guy that approaches them asking 20 questions about themselves. Be funny, to the point, concise, straight forward etc. Don't deviate. Then offer your number. Don't ask for hers.
    Amen to that. Why would you be on an online dating site if you didn't want to talk to or meet anyone? Sometimes, so many people will complicate themselves on the technicality of every little word they say. It's just a matter of doing things and letting it happen. The process is all there, summarized and correct to the point.
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    Default Re: Online help

    swagman, where is this facebook guide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchase22 View Post
    swagman, where is this facebook guide?
    Right here: The Facebook Method 2.0
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    Default Re: Online help

    ive messaged alot of girls lately. Some of the messages had something to do with what i read on their profile. Then i posted this and got different opinions on saying something bout the profile. So i also tried messaging them in other ways, saying funny attention-grabbing things and stuff. No girl has replied back at all. And i jus dont message random girls, i make sure they are a girl who gets on often enough to notice she has messages.


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