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It doesn't mean I'll meet everyone who writes and fits that criteria, but I would be open to communicating to learn about core values, what type of man he was, honesty etc. I have pretty much come to the conclusion that the spread is only 10% based on messages. Some things that I do when I write messages to women who grab my attention and interest is make the message about them to show that I've taken time to read their profile.

I was always the one to message a guy I was interested in. Last weeks' episode made me wish I got a giant jenga set for the holidays. I like something that indicates they have read my profile and are not sending the same email to 10 different girls.

It was much easier to do than wade through all the "hey baby girl! My plan was :read profilelook at picturesfind common interestexpand on said interestclose without desperation one for you specifically:"Hey there, I'm me, from over there and liked that one picture where you were doing that thing. For example I say I watch Game of Thrones they could start by saying "Hey fellow Game of Thrones fan here..." etc But I would not write a huge paragraph because that is wasted time on anyone's part as you never know if you will get a response.

If a man who *I* viewed as attractive in some way, had a profile which showed independent thought, a sense of humor, and an understanding of who he was, was in his 40's and in my area, then I would most likely reply. Sometimes an individual message works when she ACTUALLY has a decent written profile.

It wouldn't matter if his message was a simple introduction or more complex. More often than not write something that's sucks......although I have sent messages that I think suck big time. Good profiles will make a women more confident to initiate after all she will have something to comment on.

Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. I've found that 9 times out 10, the guys that write one-word/lazy messages don't have much to offer in their profile either.

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