Online dating rejection letter
The location thing is probably the go, altho' I'd already be aware of that when I've asked for a pic.
I'll take a little of all of the above, and Tinks, thanks for the email. Actually, I just had to cut someone off suddenly on the IM because he kept harping about skin colour, and being a better lover. Why do these blokes think alls we want is a good (perhaps they're not) bonk.
So either say nothing (you don’t even know this person – you are not obligated to respond), or simply say, ‘I don’t think we’re a match, but thanks for the email.’ I think it’s important to note, though, that rejection can be a good thing!
If I hadn’t been told ‘I’m not interested’ by various men I’ve liked over the years, I wouldn’t have found the love of my life.
Not just because it’s the more humane way to handle things but because prevented further awkward conversations.
Reject someone at the wrong moment and you might be in for a scathing follow up message.
How do you politely say "You're not what I'm looking for" without hurting feelings particularly when you've asked to see a pic. Thank you for taking the time and effort to contact me.
Say that you get an e-mail from someone, and you can tell immediately that you have no interest in communicating with that person.Or worse, they might be so broken down by the process that they ask you to explain why you didn’t feel you and they were a match.I know people will chime in and say that they prefer that someone at least takes the time to respond to them even if they aren’t interested.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I get a few emails from nice guys (well most of them are nice), but physically, they don't appeal to me.I know that sounds shallow, and I'm sure they've all got great qualities, but you know, we have preferences.