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But first, allow me to shamelessly direct you toward two articles that might be more broadly helpful in this venture of yours: a roundup of popular dating apps to help you decide what to try (don't feel like you've got to be on them all. You'd be surprised how many folks out there make statements like "I like to have fun." Who doesn't like to have fun? "), and even if you're feeling self-conscious, avoid referencing the process ("sooooo this is weird but here it goes! We know -- trying to find a date the way you shop for a car online has its odd moments.
No one has the time or emotional fortitude for that) and some general do's and don'ts of creating a profile. You might be on a platform that gives you only a few hundred characters in which to express your charming self. Your feelings on fun would be notable only if you hated fun -- that would be a headline (also, you might be a psychopath). (Looking for low mileage either way, though, amma right?
Though it’s hard to remember a time before dating apps, a quick stroll down memory lane reminds us — we’ve got it pretty good.
Online dating is not for the tender, but then neither is getting older.
This is sort of what it's like getting a message from a stranger on a dating platform telling you looks. Not only is it creepy, it's actually fairly common.
You'll find you're far from the only person out there handing out compliments to women.
And because it's so common, it comes off as insincere. Something else -- you mentioned that women don't thank you for the compliments.
Consider the perspective of the person you're messaging. Given that you're on platforms that are theoretically more geared toward finding a relationship versus a hookup, comments on appearance can come off as shallow, potentially signaling that you're looking for something more superficial. "You're cute" isn't just superficial, it's not a great way to start a conversation. I'm going to shoot real straight with you here: Women you message don't owe you anything, particularly not gratitude for unsolicited comments on their looks.