The phone call is nothing more than a litmus test to see how invested someone is. It’s my opinion that the more steps someone uses to vet a potential date, the more likely they’re looking for reasons to reject you.I firmly believe these people don’t actually want to meet anyone.
He’s able to extrapolate vital information from choices that, to most people, seems innocuous.
We all know that, when it comes to online dating, not posting a photo or putting up only one is a bad sign, as is including dealbreakers in your profile.
They want you to believe they’re different/better/more whatever than everybody else.
Somebody who truly is a cut above the rest doesn’t have to state that outright.*They pander or offer effusive compliments It’s one thing to say that they liked your profile.
Does anybody here watch "Elementary" or BBC’s "Sherlock"?
If you do, then you know that Holmes’ deductive reasoning skills are what make his kind of sleuthing so impressive.
But there are others that we might think nothing of at the time.
That is until they turn around and bite us in the ass.*They post multiple attractive photos, but barely fill out their profile They think the rules don’t apply to them.
It’s great conversation fodder when someone displays snapshots of himself on vacation or out with friends, but it’s reasonable to expect at least one clear picture of his face.
If you receive an impersonal message that seems oddly like a form letter, it probably is.
That’s a filler statement used to take up space in the message.