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I believe that the response to a woman’s profile below is a great example of that.For your convenience, I insert comments in smaller font throughout this brief response to show exactly why it’s so effective.It's the men who are to blame too as the amount of women who are pestered on here with crude and crass messages is quite disturbing. I've learned not to get disheartened with it and to plough on fishing and messaging. People are likley are a bit more serios on a site if they are paying.Hopefully one day it'll work, if it doesn't work on here I doubt it'll work anywhere. If they don't get many messages they are more likely to initiate themselves if paying.Below is an example of a real response to a woman’s profile that leads to a great dating situation and eventually a relationship.As I point out in my audio programs, attracting a woman online and off line requires that you demonstrate that you are (1) interesting; (2) different; and (3) funny.Profile of “lawgirl82” About Me I am conscientious, dedicated, emotional, honest, and genuine.
I carefully read over 30 e-mails that she has received over the past few weeks.They all looked like “cut-and-paste” and it was obvious that none of the writers actually took a few minutes to read her profile and write at least somewhat thoughtful e-mail that would be responsive to her profile. Lets talk sometime…” It is obvious to anyone that this kind of e-mail is not addressed to anyone specifically and can (and probably is) sent to every woman that same guy decided to contact.Here is a typical example of that generic e-mail that she and the vast majority of other women receive from guys: “Hey, you sound like an interesting girl. Even worse are the one-liners that get deleted by women immediately: “Hey, cutie… ” This never works in real life situations, so why would it ever work online?One day I got a message that my Match password was changed. I have never blocked anyone unless he sent a suggestive or rude message. I have gotten more crass messages on this site but You just have to roll with it and sort the wheat from the chaff.I contacted them and said that I did not authorized that change. They said they deleted my profile for safety reasons and if I wish I could create a new account... Probably have sent 80 messages in the past few months and none have responded. The profiles they have posted here are not even close to what I thought about them from here and I've been pleasantly surprised by the turn out. I am also on Match and have been on and off for over 18 months.
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