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’” —Leon Chittams, Landover, MD Love lesson: The first thing addressing your crush by name does is makes him or her feel a little less worried that you’re sending out dozens of “I liked your profile! But using the person’s name when you write also creates a feeling of warmth and intensity. “Shoot—Jill, I forgot to make those copies you asked for,” or “Mark, I really think we should order Chinese for dinner.” It makes the exchange warmer and more personal. When the cutie in question is wading through a sea of emails from strangers, using his or her screen name comes across as friendly and interested—both good indicators that you’re more likely to hear back.
Case history: “I’ve hit reply when a guy calls me, in a smart-aleck way, on something I’ve said in my profile.
One guy said ‘You say you love your i Pod and the sand, so remind me never to lend you my i Pod before you wreck it at the beach! If someone challenges me in a fun way, it makes me feel like I have to defend myself.
One guy mentioned that he’d traveled the world, and since that’s always been a dream of mine, I had to hear all about it.
This site recently took off in America and was like a rash over popular radio station commercial breaks and contains the tagline: “Life is short. ” The site GUARANTEES an affair if you sign up, although they do mention in their disclaimer that they are not personally held liable for personal injury or death that should happen to you if you use their services.
Which, unfortunately, will be an unexpected guarantee as well.
“Create a friendly debate about something that you read about in their profile,” says Roman Griffen, author of .
“If a woman loves 80s music, tell her you used to like Duran Duran but think a certain song by them stinks.” Of course, this is a risky strategy, and it’s always possible that what you think of as gentle fun may wind up offending someone.