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11-Oct-2017 09:13

So I spent about 20 minutes crafting an email just for her, making sure to put specific things about her profile into it.

She wrote me back accusing me of sending out a generic email.

Hell, i get many that aren't even a copy & pasted generic email, they are just one line such as "Hi, how are you? "Have you ever written a 3 paragraph introduction/opening message only to have it read/deleted? That being said I do not cut and paste messages, But i have no problem at all keeping it simple until she expresses mutual interest in communicating.

wasted effort = frustration = not enjoying my time here. Women don't tend to respond to men they're not interested in, regardless of what the guy wrote.

I've never done that but I can see why a person would. I will read the profile and message with whatever comes to mind. A generic message can be sent quicker and faster than individual messages, which would probably be rejected anyways.

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Once I saw a profile from another site that looked particularly interesting.

Plus, if women have a generic profile (which a lot of them do), how can they tell whether the guy read it or not?

I think generic email where the guy clearly did not read my profile gives me nothing to work with to respond back.

I spend time reading every profile before I bother messaging the girl.

Most of the time, my work goes to waste as the "woman" doesn't even have the common courtesy to reply with a simple, no thanks.

Once I saw a profile from another site that looked particularly interesting.Plus, if women have a generic profile (which a lot of them do), how can they tell whether the guy read it or not?I think generic email where the guy clearly did not read my profile gives me nothing to work with to respond back.I spend time reading every profile before I bother messaging the girl.Most of the time, my work goes to waste as the "woman" doesn't even have the common courtesy to reply with a simple, no thanks.I won't resort to a copy and paste mentality, but I def don't bother writing detailed or "well thought out" messages like I used to.