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My question is: What to write in my Match.com email?.

My 2nd question is: The last few times I have gone out with a group there has been some flirting between me and a friend of a friend. I guess we are kind of friends aquaintances. I can be a little oblivious. One night a friend point out that he was flirting a lot with me. There isn't any of the typical flirting touching. However, I haven't seen him do that with any girls.

He left alone. I am known to be a little oblivious. I also have a feeling he may be a little shy - or maybe he just isn't interested. He facebook friended me months ago. I guess that really means nothing these days.

Often I think I am too hard to get and come off hard and colder/disinterested than I am. Do I put myself out there and sent a joking message to test things. Or do I just forget it and if he is interested let him chase...

Comments (3)

A. Ask him out, to do something specific B. Flirt harder, (do bring in the flirty touching) & make it more than obvious you want him to ask you out Don't use Facebook or send Text messages Don't play hard to get, if you actually want to be caught At the very least, go old-school high school & tell the mutual friend you "like-like" his friend & he should ask you out. But the more people you involve, the worse it could get, like a bad game of telephone. Better to handle it yourself.

Good distraction frees us from emotional pain, bad distraction gives you a mouth full of whizz. ~~~ Guru Tugginmypudha..

Comment #1

I just read your message. I sent him a quick joking fbk message yesterday and no response. Which I think is pretty uncool. If he wasn't interested he could have responded in friends way. It jjust seems rude to not respond. Either he is just rude or totally uninterested and horrified.

Whatever-I'll move on...Better luck for you!..

Comment #2

I vote for "not that interested." Don't take it personally. My cousin wrote me on facebook several days ago and I have yet to write her back, even though I've been online and have intended to. If it were someone I wanted to date using Match.com I'd write them back much faster...

Comment #3


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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