About a month ago I got mail from a guy from POF that I thought was cute..I responded with my msn even with no pic on his profile....something I rarely do. Anyway.was even better on msn....smart....funny and intriguing.
When speaking about his looks he said "don't worry I am not ugly" and I asked him if having no pic on his profile was an attempt to weed out the shallow people!
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
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I will send a pic, and if he thinks i am dog ugly, he can say that and move on. Why would being a private pilot make him leery of putting a pic up for internet dating? I was at Matchmaker and this man wrote me, we talked a bit, he seemed very nice... Well what got me about it, yes nice guy, way older than I was given to believe, [he had lied on the profile about his age too...]i wouldn't do it.
I asked why he had no pic, he told me that he had an ex-gf who was stalking him... i'm even a wee bit leery when it comes to people's pictures, but i want to see who i'm going to be meeting.
Good spelling shows that you are thoughtful and considered.
Comment on something specific to the profile to stop the message from feeling too copied and pasted. Send a message that shows me you're interested in me as a person, not just looks. Refrain from being too blatant, but compliment something specific, i.e.