Maybe this message will be different than all the others. Perhaps this email will finally be the one that doesn't have you contemplating the potential rise in serial killers populating your neighborhood. If this sounds familiar, don't get too down on your luck.
You have the most beautiful brown eyes I ever seen. " You log off, wondering if online dating was ever a good idea to begin with.
Instead, let's change the phrasing above to, "When I'm not out with my friends on a Friday night, I love curling up under the covers and watching a scary movie (any suggestions? Many men and women unintentionally use language that displays a lack of confidence.
)." In this revised statement, I have turned a cliché into a statement that has personality, flirts with the reader, provides bait and discusses the type of movies that I am specifically into. For example, writing that "I really to meet a man who is smart, fun and handsome," doesn't sound terrible, but the word "hope" implies that you are the one chasing and "hoping" things will turn out OK.
Suppose you don't like football, but like beer and wings.
You don't have to lie and pretend to like football.
And a message that seals the deal on the trifecta of feeling hopeless: "Wussup babe.