Want to email that cute guy, but don’t know what to say? So you're browsing on an online dating site and you've found a handful of interesting guys you wouldn't mind knowing better.Since you've read my recent article on why women should consider initiating contact with men when dating online, you now have five great reasons to give it a whirl.I would really enjoy the chance to learn more about you. Strangely the "delete my message" message is about 20 times bigger than my "hello message" :-)Hey, This isn't a stalking e-mail, it's just a call for clarity.
Otherwise, I do wish you the best, and I look forward to hearing from you soon; Getting this in my inbox was like getting an early Christmas present, it was such a change from the "ur hawt, wanna cht? or even the emails containing a hotmail address with instructions to "add me". Nothing drives me more bonkers than a girl not replying or deleting your message.Subject: Turkey dinners and confidence :) I'm sold Seriously, I'm sold....;)Okay, NOW in all seriousness, you seem like an interesting person, and someone that has depth and kindness, which is sadly lacking sometimes. I've found that a simple can you please delete my message is not enough which is why the please delete my message is quite long.I don't need a reply just the standard protocol of deleting my e-mails will be suffice.If you are a pack rat type of person who doesn't like deleting things, just reply with "no" would be suffice as well.Because emailing a man is nothing more than starting a conversation, you may think, "Why not?
"However, once you decide to email an interesting guy, you may find yourself thinking, "What do I say to him?
I could get into him not actually having fingers enabling him to type, but it may go over some heads. I just got finished reading your profile and thought we might have some interests in commen.
I noticed that you were blah, blah, blah and I'm blah, blah, blah too.
Have you ever noticed/been to/ thought about blah, blah, blah? The opening email should have some type of greeting, preferably followed by the words "I'm _____." Then, there could be something mentioned about a shared interest, keeping in mind that -- at no time -- should an initial email include anything rude, crude, or lewd (or include phrases such as "I love you", "marry me", "have my babies" ... If your name isn't included in the beginning, be sure to include it when you close the email.
Email me back if you are interested in talking and we can swap funny stories or thoughtful moments. tuka PS, if you use good spelling and grammer...it's very impressive...first impressions count. anything that would scream "I'm a crazy stalker and I'll kill you in your sleep! Try to be concise, spell-check AND grammar-check (lest she'll think you're an idiot and not worth her time). at no time -- should an initial email include anything rude, crude, or lewd (or include phrases such as "I love you", "marry me", "have my babies" ...
Also make sure that your profile provides enough information to form an opinion. (The message not eat plastic lol.) They usally just think I'm crazy, say lol and move on though. :p When I first saw the mighty grape it looked upon me and I upon it and it said "I am a grape! Ok, I was going to post this question, but hey, I actually did a thread search!