Second, let's also agree that you're looking for something serious to come of your online dating effort (if the answer is not really, then you're one of those one-night stand types and you should be meeting like-minded people on one of those other niche sites).
Starbucks has "I'm not too invested in meeting you" written all over it, while dinner hints at "I'm hoping you might be the one." 6) Leave him wanting MORE!Spelling errors and grammatical blunders abound in online profiles; do you really want to present yourself as either uneducated or lazy?Self-taken photos reflected off the bathroom mirror with poor lighting and dirty towels in the background rarely make a good first impression.2) Don't share any personal information until you've exchanged at least four to five meaningful emails within the original site.(I'm talking about your cell phone number, your personal email address, your LIVING ADDRESS etc.) First of all, you're really able to tell a lot about a person based upon how he writes.