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He just wants to make the woman feel good about herself. Generally with a “u r beutiful” or some other misspelled missive aimed at getting those female engines revving. But it generally involves very graphic ways of saying “I’d hit that” or involves choice descriptions of the sexy solo fun he had while perusing your photographs. But maybe, after a look at his profile, she decides he isn’t for her.
It starts out OK, but by the third sentence the meaning is drowning in syllables.
(This woman is voicing her opinion and shows her personality early on. )) You: Honest, mature, gentleman, emotionally, mentally, financially secure (“financially secure” is a bad move in a dating profile because it’s an immediate red flag to a guy that he might be dealing with a materialistic woman.) Knows how to treat a lady, ready for a long term relationship (this would sound a bit too eager or even desperate to most guys. I live on the East Coast and travel to West every week for work. (This would make the reader believe that she is not looking for anyone special, but just someone to kill time with and subdue her loneliness).
First, meet a guy, then decide what you want out of him). I am looking to meet someone in the this area and see what happens! 🙂 (good, funny, statement that shows personality and sense of humor, she should have used more of this kind of words throughout her profile).
The best part is when these same men angrily message a few hours or days later with an angry all-caps, “WELL I GUESS I’M NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU THEN.” Well you didn’t exactly give us anything to work off of, buddy.
The word salad spinner These might possibly be my favorite messages.
“100% Italian, fun loving, affectionate young lady who knows what it takes to make a relationship work.