The words (if you can call them that) are the top nine worst words to use in an opening message.Mails that contain these words will get practically no replies proving that intelligence (or maybe just good grammar) is an attractive trait in both sexes.In the real world, I would never approach a guy I didn't know and ask him if he'd like to sit down and chat, or exchange phones numbers with a guy and then call him first, but do the rules of dating etiquette still apply online?I guess this might seem oldfashioned, but I always thought that unless a guy made the first move, he probably isn't really that interested and if that's the case, any relationship that forms is doomed to fail.It doesn't have to be provocative (and you most certainly do not have to have a perfect figure!
Unlike an everyday face to face meeting where the words just tumble from your mouth in no apparent order.But recently, I was talking to a guy who is also online, and he told me that he waits for women to contact him so that HE knows they really like him. Lol.) Anyway, most of the guys write in their profile "drop me a line if you're interested", "if you have any questions, just ask", etc., but I'm still hesitant to be the one to make the first move. And if so, what do you ladies usually say in the first email? And if after the first contact and as you get to know him better, if you decide you don't like him, don't be afraid to be rude and back out of proceeding further.Yeah, I prefer having control over it even if it means accepting rejection. Do you know how boring it would be if we all waited for THE OTHER person to make the move? I like it when someone tries to talk to me instead of me being the one to go up to them BUT if I really like someone, I'll let them know. After all, you signing up for the site is proof that you are looking for men to date. On the other hand, while it's fine to make the first contact, I'd suggest being sensible about keeping the pace slow. Okay, so what do you usually write in the first email.The Risks Privacy Maintain privacy and avoid identity theft or fraud.Preventing Identity Theft Your identity is precious. Viruses & Spyware A basic understanding of computer viruses and spyware."The amount of times that people are approached when they have photos is multitudes more than when they don't," says Gian Gonzaga, Ph D, e Harmony's senior director of research and development and head of e Harmony Labs. Leave behind group shots, which can make it confusing for other people to identify you, advises Spira, and choose a headshot in which you are smiling.