Someone who spends money to contact you deserves a reply, even if it’s just to say you’ve met someone else.
Let’s say you’re corresponding with a great guy online, meet in person, and never hear from him again.
If you come across a profile like that and immediately think you already have something in common, well… If you’re too lazy to spell check, use proper grammar, or have a friend proof-read what you’ve written, it tells us you’ll put even less effort into a serious relationship. Not demonstrating intelligence in your profile will turn off men who are.I can only shake my head and say go for it because you were meant for each other. Internet dating is a legitimate and great way to meet people. What’s totally mind-boggling is the number profiles I come across who are in their 20s, 30s, and even their 40s still don’t know the difference between “your” and “you’re”, “whose” and “who’s”, and “their”, “there”, and “they’re”. Personally I’d be embarrassed to be with such a woman whose native language is English and lacks the basic fundamentals of the English language.It’s totally redundant to mention any sort of description concerning your looks that we can determine for ourselves from your photos. What do women generally think about a guy who only talks about his job or how much money he earns?However, if you initiate contact and the man responds positively, proper etiquette dictates YOU are the one to send the initial email.Quality men aren’t sugar-daddies, nor want women who expect them to be.
Yes, he should be courteous enough to say, “thanks, but no thanks.” However, I want to enlighten all women who think they are entitled to a communiqué also telling them the reason he is not interested in seeing them again.