Sample response dating ad

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(Note: All of Brad’s intro emails follow a formula—he mentions something they have in common and ends with a question.)I noticed your profile and was intrigued. Is he looking to date or is he looking for a fellow entertainment critic?

Ask about her.”-Roman Griffen"Brad drops the conversational ball with the 'What did you think of it? He’s got to give her something to engage with."-Sandra Lamb“He starts off well because he volunteers info about himself, but I’d like him to add more before he asks another question.

Q: You purchase what you thought was the soundtrack to Pulp Fiction on vinyl but then discover you have purchased the movie on laser disc. I always think it’s cool to counter questions with more questions—something along the lines of, ‘I’m more than glad to answer, but first, let me ask you this! If you reveal nothing about yourself, chances are the ‘Reply’ button won’t be engaged.”-Sandra Lamb“While I understand this guy is trying to be funny, his answers are coming on too strong.I’d be more inclined to respond if his email was more upbeat.”-Alicia, 30, Philadelphia“All guys should avoid any reference to ‘the little man.’ Otherwise, Eric gets points for humor, but if he’d weep if everything in my profile wasn’t entirely true, I’d be afraid what he’d do if I turned him down for a second date.”-Christine, 35, Los Angeles, CA“I like the intelligence it shows, but it feels like he takes the joke too far.I’m all for curled-up-in-fetal-position jokes, but he should quickly move on to commenting on something else in her profile.”-Kendra, 30, New York, New York The verdict: Eric gets kudos for originality and sense of humor.Chances are she’d get as many replies — and invest a whole lot less time — focusing on a few specific moments that illustrate who she is. I do like to speak my mind, no worries there, and will do my darndest to make you laugh. -Alison The feedback:“I wouldn’t state right off the bat that I don’t fit someone’s profile.I’ll admit I’m a bit of an anglophile, but you sound fun and smart and laid-back and balanced, so it’s not just the anglophilia speaking. Make him look you up, and let him decide whether or not he’ll bend his parameters.

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