Online dating rejection message

Published: 15.03.2018

You may notice that it sounds very similar to the one you read ten seconds ago. In your profile, include a one-liner along the lines of, I feel uncomfortable dating people I know through friends so don't take it personally if I don't respond for that reason.

A few days later, he found my email address we belong to a local email list that, hatefully, does not use blind carbon copy and sent me an message asking if he was the reason I disabled my OKC account.

I just wanted to add a quick additional note. Do not go on dates with people you are not interested in dating -- that is awkward at best and potentially disastrous at worst.

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That said, if you do need to respond, simply say 'Thanks, but no thanks'. Personally, I would preempt the IRL issue. It's how I'd want to be treated so I used that as my guide. This is a waste of energy for both people. He did not have the courage to ever speak to me in person, ever: I'll go against the grain and say it strikes me a guy as polite to send a quick I'll-pass note, 'specially if the person's taken the time to write more than a sentence or two.

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Granted, for some people, a more heavy-handed approach is necessary. He might let go of his past someday if you give him the space to do so. Should I bite the bullet and just go on these dates anyway? Do not ignore people simply because you feel they are of no use to you. And every single woman on your dating site knows…. Just simpler that way.

    1. Kurt_Cobein - 19.03.2018 in 14:21

      Thought it would be fun to write back just for the heck of it. What you are looking for is infatuation.

      James_Wonder - 28.03.2018 in 11:23

      When you haven't met the person, ignore.

      Superman - 07.04.2018 in 14:05

      You've met them in social situations around town, you're likely to meet them again.

      Dima_Darvin - 18.04.2018 in 09:02

      Like you, I was getting contacted by men I knew in my town.

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