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I often get emails from guys that clearly looks like they wrote something up generically and cut and paste and email it out? Do they seriously think that women are dumb enough not to notice that they are probably sending the same email to multiply people? 1- Total lack of imagination or just a lazy SOB2- Men get much less replies to first contact than women do, so for some guys it may be a matter of mass mailing to improve odds.3- I think writing the initial message is very hard. So, you're gonna have to go through a LOT of men to find the one you want. But out of all the rejections, there will be a small number that respond.
I've never done that but I can see why a person would. I will read the profile and message with whatever comes to mind. A generic message can be sent quicker and faster than individual messages, which would probably be rejected anyways.
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Personally I wish women would have a cut and paste rejection message rather than reading and not replying at all. I often get emails from guys that clearly looks like they wrote something up generically and cut and paste and email it out? Do they seriously think that women are dumb enough not to notice that they are probably sending the same email to multiply people?
Once I saw a profile from another site that looked particularly interesting.
There are many times that I have written a few messages that are considered to be very long and in depth, but yeah read/deleted.
A mind is a terrible thing to waste so I tend to mention something about their profile, maybe ask a question and leave it at that.
i guess men send out copy paste messages for just that reason..
if they have for example 2 hours to spend searchng and sending messages twice a week, they need to spend that time effectively, if they only get 1 reply in 30-40 messages, then spending 5-10 mins composing a witty intertesting and original message is not gonna be practical....girls ignore mail.. those 'rules' have become the norm of interent dating... Anyway, guys that send these generic emails must get some replies, otherwise they would change their strategy at some point.
So I spent about 20 minutes crafting an email just for her, making sure to put specific things about her profile into it.
She wrote me back accusing me of sending out a generic email.
OCCASIONALLY, a woman here and there will respond to say "thanks" if the guy left her a compliment that seemed genuine."Why waste your time on someone your not interested in having a relationship with?