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"If the woman tries to touch all the bases, for example by saying she loves going out on the razzle, but is equally happy pottering about at home, I’m suspicious," he says."It’s too contrived." Faced with the pressure to write well and avoid clichés, it’s tempting, perhaps, to take the easy option and dash off something brief and ungrammatical, much as you would a text.Luckily, we both laughed, which was a good sign, and we took ourselves off for coffee...which lasted five hours''Go to a website that looks into the type of person you really are, and matches you properly.There are sites out there that are just for a one-off date, but if that's not what you're looking for then be more thorough. Even if you’re built like a footballer, or a weightlifter, women may suspect you have a serious Krispy Kreme habit with all the adverse consequences that implies. "Inadvertently, people use clichés which others interpret more cynically," says Cunningham.Experienced internet dater Andrew Gibson, 47, considers himself an expert at recognising the red flags.It’s as if a geek in Silicon Valley invented a language, only forgot to tell anybody, let alone publish a dictionary.
Or they pick up someone very quickly in a bar or club. I have a great social life and lots of friends but I’d really like to share that with someone special. So I texted him to say: ‘I know you’re coming from a long way away so can I arrange the spare room for you tonight or would you prefer a local B&B?
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"All I wanted to convey was that I didn’t sit around all day doing nothing," says Shaw Stewart. To them it was code for 'highly promiscuous'." The same goes for the word 'fun'.
"In normal life it has no sexual connotation," says property developer Jason Thomas, 38, who believes the paying sites get more responses than the free ones.