I was going through my emails last night, doing my best to respond to everyone (I’m trying, I promise! “More than a fake competition you made up for your dating blog that involves pictures of prizes instead of actual prizes? On top of that, he works in construction, and my profile and photos should clearly show our lifestyles don’t mesh.
My first thought was to include it in this month’s Awful Story Olympics, but then I realized it needed to be more. lmao well hope your gettin the attn you joined for…enjoy growing old on here, while waiting for george clooney, should be fun :)”: See. Her two crimes were existing and not responding, and her punishment was a long, very personal – albeit horribly written – attack email. He didn’t even graduate college, despite the fact I list I’m looking for educated men, and how important it is to be educated.
Oh, and just so you know, I get my match e-mails on my Blackberry, which I can read before signing in online. That my phone doesn’t show the photos, and I can read the message without judging the sender based on their looks.
Even if you were 28, I can tell you right now your initial message was pretty much the same comments, same questions, and same tidbits about yourself as 80% of what turns up in my inbox, the exact same kinds of emails I generally don’t respond to, anyway. I don’t do bars, I don’t accept invitations from guys who ask me out after five minutes, and friends have already tried setting me up with every guy they know.
Age is just a number, and I’m sure people only put approximate ranges that aren’t deal-breakers, but 38 is just too old for me and out of my comfort zone.
Secondly, it’s only been four days since you messaged me. I’m constantly at a three-day backlog of messages, and excuse me for not making you a top priority in my life. but usually they wait a week or two, and I often respond to second emails because opening one that says, “I emailed you before but thought I’d try again” catches my attention enough to respond.
And her job, most likely, is not “Writing Emails to Dudes I Don’t Know.” Now, do I have any reason to believe this? So really, anyone still doubting that Olivia’s pretty hot? All these emails mean I end up not responding to the vast majority of them just due to the sheer number.
Because 49 other guys hit her up at the exact same time. ALSO, she sent me this: a copy of her Match dashboard. 78 new emails, 3811 profile views, and 182 people making Olivia a favorite. I had no idea the counter even went into quadruple digits!
Here’s what I wrote back: First of all, it’s not because you’re not “hot enough” that I didn’t respond to you.