Saying “no thanks” to every person who happens to wink your way seems rather tedious. You don’t know them personally, and you’re certainly not the only one they probably copy/pasted that message to. Users should focus more on attracting other members of similar core values rather than coddling those they’re just not that into.
Being left hanging and not knowing what happened is one of the hardest parts of online dating.
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You should always treat others, as you would like to be treated yourself.
While this sounds so cliché, it definitely applies in this situation. It’s always best to just be up front and honest with them in a nice way. s/he is really a great person, has a lot going for him/her, etc.), and then just say that you don’t feel there was a connection or chemistry.
I wish you all the best and appreciate the time we spent getting to know one another.” Don’t break up with someone before you’ve even said hello.
I am searching for a lifelong partner to spend the rest of my life hand in hand till get old.
If you want to acknowledge that they put the time into the e-mail, you can say, “Thanks so much for your thoughtful e-mail.
After reading your profile, I don’t think we’re a match, but best of luck to you!
According to our experts, it seems like in online dating, it’s best (and easier) to ignore the suitor than take the more chivalrous route and cordially respond.
Hopefully, this is a reflection of the weirdos found on all those other sites that gave us the impetus to create Sparkology.