just accept that not everyone here is a clone of you...
Personally I am not bothered whether some people have a blank profile or not, and I have no opinion as to why or what their motives are for having one.
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Are you asking if you should write someone with a blank profile or if YOU should? It is just the sort of first message you should be sending out anyway. I'm off and on dating someone who has a blank profile on here, all it says is "ask me"I initially messaged her, basically told her I like her style and she looks attractive. Probably, a quarter of female profiles in my age range and location are like those described in the OP, and guys our age have to message a lot of women to get a decent rate of response and dates. Either skip their profile or ask them why they have a blank profile and if it matches their IQ.
But do it in text speak so they will understand you.
One of the best pieces of guidance I ever received as a writer is “do not reveal information before it’s necessary,” and this applies to dating as well.
If you’re meeting a stranger, these are the things you talk about.
Struggling to write your profile without rambling on and on and onnnnnn forever? I think every morning should begin with __________________ and every evening should end with __________________. I feel annoyed at myself when __________________ (but I’m working on that.) If you were to peek inside my fridge right now, you would find __________________. I’ve been told that I have very beautiful __________________. If what you do and what you like is unappealing and comes with cultural baggage (for example, I always swipe left on women who are into musical theater, because I’m prejudiced), you are setting yourself up to be judged on what you do rather than who you are. Tinder is entirely based on snap-judgment matching.We love Valentine’s Day around here – a whole day dedicated to LOVE!? This year we thought it would be fun to create a few Fill-in-the-Blank Valentine’s Love Notes!We are so grateful for the sweet Amanda of A-Manda Creation for creating 10 adorable cards with a blank space for you to fill in and rock your Valentine’s Day!