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When I was looking, if a man took the time to read my profile which meant he referred to something in it in his initial message , and draft a thoughtful but short message to me, I felt compelled to respond, even if it was to politely decline his advances. I refused, however, to spend time drafting a response for someone who could not put in any more effort than to write one single sentence. I met my boyfriend here on POF and answered him because he took the time to actually speak to me like I was a human being Introduced himself, referred to something in my profile, and asked me a question so that the onus of the conversation wasn't on me.

I never found it an ego boost to get the same message times over from men who didn't think I was worth the effort to type more than a few words Also, while in person, saying a simple "hi" may get a conversation started, online the rules are different. If YOU want to message a woman, the onus to get the conversation started is on you, not on her.

It's just common courtesy and politeness,. It is all negativity. Why bring that into your life? As Cowboy said, focus on positives. It is insulting and demeaning most of the time. Alot of work for no results. Honestly, why would a rejection letter be better than no reply but here it is. Typical scenario on POF Gentleman to use your word Hi, How are you?

I read your profile and I like it, do you want to chat POF female: No thank you Gentleman: Just not feeling it Gentleman: I think we have a lot in common and I have a mirror and I know I'm good looking POF female: Just not my type that's all Gentleman: I don't let the internet have that much power over me Or maybe just get out in real life. It's still there, you know.

I don't get how no answer is nicer than just a simple no, not interested. And you shouldn't be so quick to jump to conclusions, I don't go making my profile 3 pages of drivel because if I wanted to read a biography I would go to the library. And buddy why do you have to get personal and insult my pic, my pic is perfectly fine, I'm playing my favorite instrument and I don't have a stupid grin on my face looking into the camera like everyone else is, so I like it fine.

Your criticism isn't constructive at all, maybe you are the one that needs to stop whining about other people's profiles. They do not stop. It is like a virus. And as far as your pic and profile, it does need changed. You are looking down at an instrument. Women on the internet are told they're ugly regardless of what they look like, so I wouldn't put much stock in that either.

Yes, and when they're told the opposite, they throw hissyfit tantrums that everyone is being 'disingenuous'. There is no pleasing a woman when making any observation, because either way she will try to dictate to you what you actually feel How about people just talk to each other without relying on saying "You're hot"? I mean, it's not hard.

I agree, but there's a difference between saying someone is socially inept and sucks at interacting with people, and saying they're 'disingenuous' with that observation when in fact you have no idea what they are and aren't attracted to and acting like you can decide for them? It's a terrible icebreaker, yes. But at the same time it's not your place to claim they're lying.

If I genuinely found someone attractive, they would be a HUGE twatcunt if they called me a 'liar' on the basis that in their mind they 'aren't conventionally attractive'. That said, she probably would only give the 'liar' reaction to someone she wasn't into But it's still shitty. I mean, I've declined those guys politely in the past and don't any longer because they "hey gorgeous" quickly turns into "you're an ugly cunt anyway", so I don't have much reason to believe that the whole "you're hot" thing is meant as genuinely as you seem to think it is.

I don't ever say "Hey, you're lying" because I'm not sure what purpose that serves. I'm glad you apparently use it only when you mean it; it hasn't been my experience that most guys do. I still think they are genuine when they say it, just suck at interacting with people. The 'ugly cunt' thing is just them being manchildren and projecting their anger after being rejected. Like probably thinking 'fuck, I fed this girl's ego for nothing Stupid and childish on their part, absolutely.

But that being said, they probably really meant it when they initially said they found you attractive or else they wouldn't have messaged you in the first place. Even if they are manchildren, why would they message someone they don't find attractive? Online dating was crushing to this girl's ego. It might boost the warped egos of self-absorbed conventionally hot somethings.

Yes, having a plethora of pursuers - hot or ugly - raises one's value on the market. Which of course is good for ego. That said, if unattractive guys find her hot, it doesn't necessarily mean that attractive guys don't. In fact, most probably do, but go about it differently, so it's less noticeable. But yeah, even if a lot of desperate virgins she isn't into have her on a pedestal, having that following does help her. Just like being catcalled on the street, being told "You're hot.

I want to stick my dick in you" is not a compliment from a total stranger. To lift their spirits! I don't think guys would brag to their guyfriends- "ugly girls think I'm hot. Considering people generally don't tell me I'm hot, I'd probably get an ego boost out of hearing it. Can I just like pay you to whisper sweet things into my ear on a daily basis?

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