A 2011 German study analyzed more than 150,000 first messages and found that online daters who used words focusing more on the other person (as simple as "you" over "I") were more likely to receive a response than those who didn't.And when researchers at Ok Cupid looked at 500,000 first messages, they found that casual spellings like like "ur" and "wat" in first messages pushed the reply rate well below average: Casual word choice doesn't have to work against you, though.
A username can make them think, ‘Oh, this guy just wants a roll in the hay’ and move on.” Female-friendly fix: Pick something that shows some personality, but that can’t be misinterpreted as negative or sleazy.
Chances are, whether you’re happily single, recently single or have ever been single, you’ve been the recipient of a litany of dating advice over the years.
Some of it is good—perhaps helping you know how to respect the person you’re dating or saving you from unnecessary heartache.
Some of you might be familiar with Roissy's blog ( Solomon II's blog ( Roissy's Maxims Maxim #1a: Women desire men of better quality than themselves. Maxim #11: Calling a girl out on her lie accomplishes nothing.
Maxim #2: Women are turned on by displays of male power. Maxim #12: When the love is gone, women can be as cold as if they had never known you. Maxim #14: Female cultural equality = male dating inequality. Human nature says that you can‘t have it both ways. There is no greater divergence than that between a woman’s stated disapproval of male narcissism and the rapidity with which she jumps into bed with a male narcissist.