Copy and paste dating
It's probably easier to give the shaft to someone here than in a bar I agree with Sahaja completely.I don't think women should be criticized at all for not replying - or for sending back jsut a few e-mails and then trailing off.I don't want to sound full of myself, but perhaps the ladies respond to a more casual approach (they'll have to tell us). Oh I don't doubt that it really is that way for some guys. And I don't believe in all the cases it's because they aren't casual about it, though this is indeed a requirement.
And it seems that a few people don't believe this could possibly be the case or at least not for very long.
(and that's probably just a woman that shows absolutely no skin hehe.)Who has the time to even read over a dozen new profiles with their messages every day, and respond to them? But that just goes to explain why some men cut and paste - it was never a criticism of women, nor was it intended to be.
It just explains the posted question, ie why men cut and paste. The thing is, many don't seem to understand why any reasonable man would be driven to do it. I think that would be an insult to my friends to copy/paste messages to them.
The story that some women (not all by far) like to tell us is that the ideal, decent guy, joins a site like this for fun, reads a few profiles he feels a connection with and sends out a few messages. I write very few letters but my response rate is very high.
A week or so later he gets a few responses and out of those he finds someone he really clicks with, they eventually meet... I just have fun with it and I don't take it seriously. I think there are fewer of those that are as fortunate as you than there are that have a more difficult time.
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If it doesn't come in that ideal, spontaneous, unstrategic way, maybe it's simply not your place to find it here?