If her first name is available, a decent way to start is by addressing her by her name. A person hearing their own name is like music to their ears.
Or in our case, reading it will be candy to her eyes.
As a more challenging vanilla example though, let’s say she’s leading with a love of “shopping”.
Now that we’re armed with what we like about her, and what she likes about herself, we’re ready for some good first message examples.
In honor of clarity, conviction (and love, love, crazy love) here are a few tips to help you write your next dating profile: Be bold.
In fact, I called one into my life just last week — see ridiculously romantic note above, which I received just a few after re-activating my long-dormant profile. When you know what you want — and express it with clarity and conviction — the universe does not wait around to deliver!
If her first name is not available, you can substitute her username. Depending on her username, addressing her this way can be pretty funny on its own.
If she’s written a lot on her profile, it should be easy enough to find something you like. A compliment or statement about her physical should always be accompanied by something non-physical.A girl with a dozen different full length mirror selfies, wearing various outfits & dresses, is leading with her sense of fashion. Other frequently seen first lines include a joke (girls who want to be fun/funny), or even red flags such as highly selective qualifiers, ie; “don’t message me unless you are XYZ”, or posturing, ie. Another way to identify what a woman really likes is to look for exclamation points, ie; “puppies!!”, all capitals, ie; “GAME OF THRONES”, or repetition, such as talking about going to the ocean at both the beginning, and the end of her profile.The use of an ellipsis at the end transforms the line from a statement, to an invitation. Alternatively, you can throw in a cold read, and invite her to validate, ie; “you don’t seem like you’re from the US…”.Before your question, you can state something obvious first, as a set up. This pseudo question can be effective response bait, as foreign women tend to write less about themselves in a dating profile. ie; “Glad to see a woman who knows her french wines. ” Or, “looks like someone really knows her Go T…but has she read the books?
left for you by an expressive, enthusiastic, emotionally available paramour?