Online profile messages NOT to send (part 1)
I'm actually glad Direct Is Best mentioned I should post a thread as I have needed somewhere to vent about the messages I've been sent which, quite frankly, are lame and disturbing at best.
Let's get right down to it then.
1. Any variations of the greeting we use EVERY SINGLE DAY to communicate our presence to another. i.e.: Hey, Howsit, Hi, Wassup, etc. BORING.
2. Hey how are you?
Having a good week?
Any plans for the weekend?
Enjoying the sunshine?
Exceptions: A guy can ONLY get away with such a mediocre first email if he is hot, wealthy or is prominent in his field of influence. (Evidence is key folks)
3. ANYTHING sexual/innuendo's - It's CLEAR to all the females I know that men want sex (I know/am acquainted with at least 500+ women from different social groups/networks) You risk coming off as a devo, player or worst, a creep. Don't be that guy.
Nb: Even if a woman has 'sexual meets' on her profile, this doesn't mean she wants to fark every man who messages her. She still wants to find a connection. Read up on building comfort and for goodness sakes, please be aware our first instinct is to be SAFE so don't suggest driving to her house. Get to know her at her pace.
Part 2 will be the interesting messages I've received from which I have replied to.
If I think of any other real stand out "No No's" I will add to this post.
You will never do ANYTHING in this world without COURAGE. - Aristotle