It seems this is almost as important as talking about their interests so using any word that describes an interest or hobby is great, once your hobby isn’t too weird.
Ideally, though, you’ll have some sort of common interests and once you’ve picked up on that then a conversation, or better still, a date could be just around the corner.
A little awkwardness might work, but too much and you’ll seem more Mr Bean than Ryan Gosling.
Now that you’ve read the rules you should be able to craft a grammatically correct, unusual, and not overly confident first message that has a pretty good chance of getting a reply.
All these openers have gotten responses for me personally and for many of my clients. If anybody has other openers that work well for them online, post them in the comments.
Online dating gives you a bit of an advantage in that you can strategically plan that first message so it hits home with a bit of a punch.
Messages using words like will more often than not end up getting deleted immediately.
Better to focus on interests, or even better, common interests. Talking about your own interests can give the recipient a good idea of what you are like.
As we said earlier, it might not be the most romantic approach and a little analytical for some, but if it gets results then what’s to lose?
There is nothing worse than reading a joke that isn't funny and then having the fact that it isn't funny, but that somehow someone else thinks it is, explained to you.
Putting yourself down or being a little shy or awkward can come across rather endearing.