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When John reads this email, what is he going to think/say?I would consider myself a master linguist and even I would have a hard time responding to that email. She basically treated him as if he was her personal diary.Below is part of a slightly edited great dating profile example written by a woman.I found this profile to stand out from most others, making the writer sound interesting and attractive as a person, rather than ordinary and cliche, like the vast majority of dating profiles seem to appear.Had she been a member of one of the “lower end” online dating services, wherein all you have to go off of is a cheesy picture and a couple of paragraphs of “about me” then I could plausibly understand…not with e Harmony.In a nutshell, before you are given the option to freely communicate with your matches on e Harmony, you must first go through something called “guided communication” wherein you have to choose 4 questions to send to your match.This is extremely impersonal and basically says to John: “Hey, I’m the center of attention here and TMZ and the Paparazzi should be following me around with a t.v.

She could have asked him where he plans on traveling this year since he told her that he loves to travel internationally.

The girl at the rental car place was taking her sweet time and the printer was malfunctioning so by the time I got out of there I was already 15 minutes late to class. In it, she describes her hectic day and how nobody/nothing was on time.

That nice…“John” was the brand name of a diary that she picked up at Staples instead of a live human being.

Long emails are fine…not for the first 3 or 4 times you communicate.

Long winded emails are a very good indication of chemistry and attraction, but when you start throwing out irrelevant information from the get-go, you are only scaring people away.

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