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One of the biggest advantages these sites supposedly offer is volume. Just because we're online doesn't mean the rules are different. (Like the fact that most men probably don't want to marry a woman whose pole-dancing pix are all over Zoosk). I'm going to make assumptions about your manhood (so to speak) from everything you do (or don't) do online. You can sort through five or more supposedly "highly qualified leads" -- in some cases daily. If you: Put up recent pictures up that show your eyes (and not your lavatory); Put thought into your profile; Message me directly with something thoughtful; Get my number, and Ask me out ..you're proving you're not afraid to take the lead.
As much as some of us hate to admit it, online dating is here to stay. If you ask for my number, make the call and ASK ME OUT. And we're not teenagers who need to hide behind texting until we "feel comfortable" enough to talk. If you don't like to cook, the pictures on your profile shouldn't show you in an apron, holding up an apple pie.“People are so used to seeing professional, airbrushed photos in the media so a selfie will almost always look really amateurish and like you don’t care.” The Zoosk survey also found that men who used the words ‘baby’ and ‘beautiful’ in their first message to women were 10 and 13 per cent respectively less likely to get a response.Full words were shown to be important to both sexes, with people using ‘ur’, ‘b4’ and ‘cuz’ less likely to be contacted. I am not going back to look at the 100 men who claim they "want to meet me." I will respond to men who actually take the time to write more than "Hi," and introduce themselves as possible suitors. Don't "favorite me," "want to meet me," or "like" my profile. Just because sites have those options doesn't mean you have to use them. Tell me you liked what you saw and read, and make a connection.