Rules about internet dating
They just want to flirt and chat with people and have no desire to actually meet them in person.
You want to weed these people out as quick as possible. The minute you do, you send him a cute text with an adorable kissy face.
Then he responds, and you jump right into a textual relationship.
What are the chances you’ll actually meet in real life? I know talking on the phone is soooooo last century, but we’re all about making sacrifices to achieve a heart’s desire.
They sent a few texts back and forth, but then he started blowing up her phone. Biologically speaking, humans are pack animals, and to be accepted into the pack, we must be similar to the others in the pack.I’m not talking about anonymous trolls — I’m talking about how you represent yourself.Listen, I have no problem if you want to add 1 inch or subtract five pounds. But, if the profiles I read are any indication, EVERYONE seems to be “a world-class traveler who’s happy chilling at home on a Friday or hitting the town, loves to explore ethnic restaurants, and enjoys outside activities like hiking, kayaking, or biking.” And then when you go on a date, they’d rather Netflix and chill, or they enjoy sleeping in on a Saturday and lounging around eating pizza. It’s just that you don’t want to misrepresent yourself.If they tell you a slightly embarrassing story, guess what you should do? If someone writes to you “Hey, I like that picture of you in Tulum! People are just testing the water with their first emails. There is no correlation between bad spelling or grammar and intelligence. Keep your homonyms straight (your, you’re) and your possessives minimal (it’s, its).I know you use internet slang and text language to your friends, but this is not your friend.