5 biggest dating mistakes men make
You want to up your odds and shoot for the stars—or, rather the girl who's out of your league.But new research from Binghamton University says you're being too self-centered and aggressive.According to Ok Cupid, messages with those “words” get replies less than 10% of the time (ouch). You’re better off spelling things out like a grown-ass man.Ok Cupid discovered that messages with those words receive responses 25% of the time or less.
Erase these from your online vocabulary: ur, r, u, ya, and cant (without the apostrophe).
“A woman will realize you have unresolved issues from past relationships and probably take a pass,” explains Spira.
Again, stick to naming the positive qualities you seek. “Women know that intimacy’s part of the package if the relationship moves forward,” says Spira.
These days, technology is used by nearly everyone looking to connect romantically, even those who have easy access to lots of "offline" options.
From an emotional standpoint, it's a lot easier to "wink" or "swipe" or "favorite" someone online or on a dating app than to walk across a room and say hello.