The Kunst of the Quick Online Dating Rejection: Guest Postbode – Suzie the Single Dating Diva
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My friend Gina Kerrigan from Cupid’s Laboratory gives us some good tips on the how to reject that unwanted pickup! Love!
Some guys on dating sites make it so effortless to say get lost. Te fact, te my own online dating career, insulting libidinous cretins with with words too difficult for their meager understanding became something of a hobby for mij. But then, there are those studs who indeed do attempt to get it right. They send a polite intro, they refer to a few of your interests. Heck, they might even throw ter a halfway witty joke.
Yet, you’re just not interested. The reason doesn’t much matter—he simply does not meet your criteria. What do you do next?
I have one friend who disregards introductory gestures from boys she’s not interested ter. She’s busy—and, she reasons, no stranger is entitled to even a crumb of hier time.
At the other end of the spectrum is a dating profile client who admitted she actually encouraged boys she wasgoed not interested in—sending replies to their questions and leaving the voort open to further communication.
“One of the guys wasgoed a widower and just looked so sad,” she told mij. “Kind of reminded mij of that cartoon character Droopy Dog.”
Well, I commented, he’ll very likely be even droopier when you reject him AFTER being saddened by him ter person.
For the busy woman who believes every nice intro merits a reply (spil I do), here’s a formula to speed you through polite rejections. It applies the time-tested principle of kiss-kick-kiss.
It’s ordinary and oh-so-easy to reminisce. I’ll use Droopy Dog spil an example.
Start with a “kiss” of appreciation, inserting one presente reference to his intro or profile.
Thank you so much for reaching out and for telling mij a little bit about yourself—and congratulations on winning very first prize for your planter-grown deck zucchinis. What an interesting and unusual hobby.”
Next, conveniently sandwiched inbetween the soft Wonder bread slices of appreciation comes the meat of your message. The “kick,” if you will. Keep it epistel, and attempt to concentrate more on logistical/lifestyle matters than on individual characteristics.
“As I mentioned ter my profile, I have two kids te high schoolgebouw. Dating fellows with youthfull children is not a good lifestyle gezond for mij.”
And then the final smooch of good wishes—preferably with a nice little reference to what he’s looking for.
“I wish you every good thing spil you seek out opportunities to meet up with other Scrabble enthusiasts and planter gardeners.“
Effortless, right? Good then. No more overlooking flawlessly nice people. And no more pity dates with Droopy Dog, either.
Thank you Gina!! Certainly some superb tips!!