Proven online dating openers

like 'oh I can teach you how to make sushi' or something with sexual innuendo?

I feel the same way as Seb when i read a profile and message them with something about it and get nothing back. I have a couple of openers I use at any given time. Don't bother to read the profiles-they are banal, repetitive and full of typical female bullshit.

How many times have you gotten matched with a PYT, but when you message her, she doesn’t respond?

:) I will pretty much always respond if there is a specific question about or they mention something about what I wrote on my page.

The best opening line I've ever had on here was a woman who told me how handsome and smart I was, what a wonderful spirit and sense of humour I had and that she had no idea why such a beautiful person (inside and out) was still single.

I have actually experimented with this stuff and kept track of results and the one liner opens up 3x as much as just saying hi. You can even search for people nearby with accurate locations and it shows you how far away they are from you(in KM). i use it only if i can get away with it, for exameple: i see a 10's that turns down every guy cuz she thinks she's a brad pitt kind of girl, i give her the line. Let me know how it goes sites i use for dating:pof(plenty of fish) - is great, i'm from romania and i use it just to test stuff up, but is a great site and a great way to meet girls.craigslist - mainly prostitutesfacebook - 5 hours of gaming on facebook = 5 min on a real dating site because girls in facebook are not in that state of mind to be picked up, but still a great some local sites. @bamthebomb No answer yet, and I'm trying pof as we speak!

Also, it's simple,free and pretty active and I usually get responses back! I want her to feel a bit like all the guys she turned down and that she's not do you know why you suck? What did you use for this question: "When it comes to dating what best describes your intent? I'm not sure if I should go for "Casual dating, nothing serious" or "I want a relationship".