Writing good dating emails
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There’s not too much to work with here aside from asking travel questions which, by looking at her profile, probably already happens in every email she receives. I know this looks like nothing but I’ve had success with these types of emails (my wife being the best example…although her profile was actually good!
): Response 3: For all these examples, I’ve intentionally chosen profiles that were very short to keep the examples to a reasonable size.
Here’s my short 4-point list of easy to follow ideas: This is an example of how sometimes profiles are too short and give you no clues to who the person is.
With this type of profile, I always felt like simply asking them out on safe date in the first email is fine.
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