Online dating tips for men first email examples
I just figured you’d seen enough of those pictures from the other guys emailing you. Email: There’s no point in opening any other emails.
How’s about instead of exchanging perverted pics, let’s talk about what we’re looking for in a partner over some drinks this weekend? I read through your profile and, as you will notice, we’re both looking for the same things in a partner. And, let’s face it, I’m a pretty darn good looking dude!
When responding to your match via email, use two-to-three-sentence responses to any particular subject.
When in doubt, follow this simple exercise: After drafting your email, save it, and then walk away from the computer.
Don’t: Lead Someone On If you’re not interested in someone, be honest as soon as possible.
Definitely do NOT leave anyone hanging, waiting for an email response from you that you never intend to send. If someone contacts you and you’re not interested, be respectful enough to send a short, succinct, and thoughtful rejection.
Return an hour later to review, edit, and, when satisfied, hit Send.
That way, you avoid unnecessary emotional or verbal diarrhea and also keep your potential match interested.
Subject Line: Sorry, no pictures of my junk included…
That way, if things go well, you have a longer second date to look forward to.
And if things fizzle, you’ve only wasted an hour of your time and a few dollars from your wallet.
If you start communicating with someone only to discover that you lose interest, that person, too, deserves to be let down easily rather than ignored.
Think of it this way: A considerate “no” is preferable to an inconsiderate, cricket-inducing nonresponse that leaves the other person wondering what he or she did wrong.