Telling me to ask you anything is like going to a restaurant, requesting a menu, and then being told, “oh, you can have anything you want.” But what does the chef know best? How can I know what to ask if your profile is basically “I have a job, I have hobbies and I like to go outside”?
As with most of what happens in heterosexual, monogamous relationships, the emotional labour is on women’s shoulders.
But since you’re the one who approached me, you’re the one who should that spending my energy having a conversation with you is worth it. Don’t expect that simply because you’ve sent a lazy “hi, how are you? This isn’t “elevator at the office on Monday morning.” This is online dating, and you can get to learn a lot about me without even talking to me.
I’m not here to stroke your ego by “asking you anything”. Why are you a potentially interesting match for me? Please return the favour by having a profile that’s just as detailed and complete as mine, and don’t rely on lazy “ask me anything” lines when I don’t respond the way you want.
Seriously, this is online dating we’re talking about, there will be a lot of weirdos!
(No offence) I wonder if he sends this to all his matches?
Sometimes you just don’t want to spend time waiting around, I guess… Better reply faster next time if you want that dream date!You could be in a busy, loud bar, with numerous distractions — this effects communication, thus hampers rapport building.A second date may be needed to give your chemistry a fair chance at blossoming. Hey, we all have those days when we’re not on our A game.I have lots of experience, and coming back after 9 years in a monogamous relationship, it wasn’t much different.Women still write detailed profiles with plenty of information about their lives, their goals, their needs.