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What did they do, and what ultimately became of it?Most of us have examples of lousy introductory e-mails.OP, you can't go wrong with Dennis Leary on this one: At all times, you can compliment a woman on her eyes, smile and boobs. What I liked about your profile is that it is honest and reflects your depth and intelligence..

After this opening and reading the very, very generic mail I seriously expected you to end on "...otherwise I would have been offended by his obvious, artificial smoothness and lack of thought." The only good thing about it was the spelling and grammar.

OP: I am at the point where I don't think it even matters.

There's no indication that he got beyond your picture. I also don't even try if their profile doesn't inspire me. All positive.~ David As most of the ladies have said - mentioning something from their profile that attracted you, the interests you have in common, that they have an attractive smile - keep it light.....3 worst one-liner emails I have ever had: I like big women with big boobsdo you fu*k?

Kind of like going to a fortune teller, where they tell you in generic terms exactly what you want to hear. That doesn't mean it has to be long or even descriptive. When I do, I mention what the vibe was, and where I think it came from. I make sure that I can back up everything I say with a reason why I said it, simply by telling the truth and being self-aware. I could teach you the Karma Sutra(note it is actually Kama Sutra).

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I can practically hear the wind and see the tumbleweeds blowing through!

I won't share personal communication with you, but I will tell you this: The best ones I've gotten are ones that have commented about SPECIFIC things in my profile..not in the first two sentences of it...pretty far down.I know they had to have read the whole thing... But, if you do get any responses, you really should have asked the moreimportant question.

Obviously/hopefully you will know something about them from reading their profile, so it's much easier to start a convo than in person where you know nothing about a person.

Smart and witty is a good way to go, but really only if you are normally smart and witty, not too long, but not too short. OP, there really is no one-size-fits-all advice on this because every gal you're writing to, has a different idea of what a great introductory email would be.

Then a short time later they will send almost the exact same thing again.

Believe it or not I have had this happen up to 3 or 4 times, same guy same thing written, with a few month time span inbetween. I CAN read and retain some basic information for like 2 minutes!

I had one response, no 'No thanks' replies in all the other cases.

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