Well it's the summer, I don't have a job right now, no classes or stuff, and everyone is out of town, so I'm bored as sh!t and don't have a lot of gaming opportunities. So, online dating!
The thing I'm having the most trouble with is how to open a conversation. In some places I read to do stuff like "How is your day going", or roleplay stuff like "We are having a road trip, where are we going?", "You make a dinner, you can invite 5 people, who are they", etc. The girl will have fun, it builds rapport, and stuff
But then, i also read to make something personalized, like talking about something on her profile. It sounds better, as they tend to detect canned stuff, and they don't like that. But personalized are more difficult, I can more or less see how to make a cocky/sassy comment on stuff in their profiles, but I feel like it would be better to make an open-ended question. Except, how do you make an open-ended question out of "I love going out but also chilling at home" or "I love action/spy movies" or all the other random stuff they put?
My specialty is using nonverbal stuff and my accent, so I don't really get online stuff
Also, my targets are mainly "kind of chilling asian girls", if that affects the way I should contact them