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For all the talk about “The End of Men” and how gender roles have been obliterated and women can write to men first, blahblahblah, here’s what ACTUALLY happened after four months:– The women as a group received over 20 times more messages than the men.– The two most attractive women received 83% of all messages.– The two most attractive women probably would have received several thousand more if their inboxes hadn’t have reached maximum capacity.– It took 2 months, 13 days for the most popular woman’s inbox to fill up.
At the current rate it would take the most popular man 2.3 years to fill up his. Well, you’ve seen this a few times before:“Most men compliment the attractive women a lot, they make reference to something in the woman’s profile (you would not believe how many times men mentioned the party tricks and ‘Arrow’ the cheetah from the generic profile I wrote), or they ask a general question about travel or something equally boring.”What SHOULD he write instead?
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Next up, women get a lot of messages, depending on their age and demographic.
When I sign up at a dating site to review it, I often get hundreds of messages in the first few days.
What many women do (including myself) is look at a person's profile before they read the message. If anything on there is a strong no for me, I might still read their email (if it's more than a, "Hey!
As an example, if I'm using Ok Cupid, I first look at the pictures (do I find this person physically attractive at all? You're cute,") although I'm more likely to either delete (if I have a lot of messages waiting), or politely say we're after different things and wish them the very best in their search.
Contact a girl, and you're lucky if you get a response, much less a nice one. I thought online dating was supposed to save me time. " I wish this were an easy answer Jonathan, because your question rings true for many of the men I've worked with in the past few years, as well as friends and even dates who have asked me a similar question.
Few people realize that most dating sites keep all users listed indefinitely, and some refuse to purge their database of old members, even if said former members have found love and deactivated their account.