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One, when in Rome, and two, frankly it’s a lot easier than responding and rejecting, something I have always been very bad at and extremely uneasy doing.
If you get approached by someone you don’t find attractive, for whatever reason, you simply hit delete and move on. I began adapting to these odd new cultural mores, for a couple of reasons.
Sofia* met Jack after chatting on Bumble and they went out for a couple of post-work drinks in Chelsea before we met up for a post-date debrief. So she was taken back a bit when she received a message from Jack shortly after saying that the date hadn’t been a success.
A bit keen perhaps (he’d apparently spent the first hour saying how his three-year plan was to find a ‘girl’ he could marry and relocate to Bristol with), but decent.
The way I see it is that the longer this behavior continues without being addressed, the more new dirtbags come to the surface. I’m done being the nice girl and I stopped letting people walk all over me in high-school.
I find them so mass-market, like I bet they copied and pasted and sent to 30 girls without reading about me at all. And yet, despite all of those options for young people here in LA, it’s tough. And unless you get lucky at the Grilled Cheese Invitational or First Fridays on Abbot Kinney, it’s very easy to live in a huge city and never meet any men. Your ad is live for 24 hours a day for men to approach you, and if you log on for 20-30 minutes each day to reply and reach out to one new guy, your social life will instantly pop.
This is what I discovered as a customer service rep at JDate in 2001, and it’s the very thing in which I coach private clients every day: writing a unique, confident, specific, self-aware, witty profile that attracts more men and higher quality men; coming up with a one-of-a-kind username that instantly brands you and demands recognition, filtering through the wrong men, funneling the right men from email to the phone to the real life date, keeping a healthy attitude about guys and maintaining an open mind about why they do what they do. In fact, 90% of guys I would never even consider dating.
It’s a lot of stuff, but it’s finite and it can be conquered. Which means that I can’t get upset when I don’t like 90% of the emails I receive.
After a while, he started calling her a ‘delusional fattie’.
We wanted to find out why someone would spend their time digging strangers out, so a mate took over Gina’s phone and decided to confront Rob.
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And generic profiles and emails often mask amazing personalities.