Six Things That You Should Not Say To Women On Dating Sites

things that you should not say to women on dating sites

Women are complex creatures. You need to know how to communicate properly to be able to connect to them. Just when you think that she likes you, you got blocked because of something you said. Although each person is different, you need to know some basic things about talking to women if you are not well-versed with communicating to them.

 

Here Are Six Things That You Should Not Say To Women On Dating Sites

 

  • Nce Boobs. wna chat?

Learn how to spell. Sure, it is a dating site but erroneous messages will land you nowhere if you are attracted to women of wisdom. It might work for teenagers but for god’s sake, install a spell checker before you send your message if you are not used to double-checking your writing. Nobody’s perfect. But sending a text-like message shows that you did not bother to put an effort. It is a known fact that some people online send the same message to multiple women. Most likely, you will not receive a response as it is something that mature women don’t want to hear on a dating site.

There are tons of spell checker tools online that can help you. A Word application can catch most of the spelling mistakes. Grammarly is also a big help. It catches wrong word usage aside from spelling mistakes for free.

 

  • I am really proud of my private body parts and I know that you will miss half of your life if you don’t see it. 

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Seriously? Messages containing private body parts are common from men but women are not exempted. There are even instances where the first message is their proudest moment of displaying their glory. It is a big turn-off for women.

 

Sis things that mature women don't want to hear from you on a dating site. See what most men say to women that are getting them rejected in online dating.
  • I like your hair but your boobs are too small for me.

Being a perfectionist is sometimes synonymous to an asshole on a dating site. Just stop messaging a woman if you think she is not good enough for you. It will hurt their ego. Most women want to be complimented. It is just like in real life. If the bad side is a deal-breaker, simply tell her that you think she is not what you are looking for and wish a good luck. That is simply being kind.

  • Your boring life.

Women generally want to hear about your personal life after a few messages. Examples are your likes and dislikes. However, they don’t want to know your every move. Reciprocate by asking them about their interests. Online dating is about giving and taking of information. You can be talking about politics if she is also interested in it. Nobody wants to listen to something that they are not interested in but you can be talking about something for hours if you are into it. The key is to check the other person how they feel about a certain subject.

  • Do you use photoshop for your pictures?

She might say, “Oh yes. It is very common nowadays.” Or you might see the popular “seen mode.” Sure, Photoshop is very handy nowadays. People feel the need to look good in their shots, more so when they are trying to find a romantic partner but asking that question is like a bomb in a woman’s ears. Photoshopped pictures are obvious. They have the perfect kind of look into them. It is not only women who do this but men also. You might want to stop wasting your time if you end up meeting someone who looks entirely different from their pictures online but you can prevent that by having a video call before the meet-up.

 

  • “I have a two sports cars and a mansion”

Great! You just invited scammers but even scammers might not buy that. Women love financial stability but bragging is another thing. Humble men attract successful women.

29 thoughts on “Six Things That You Should Not Say To Women On Dating Sites

  1. Thankfully, I haven never been registered on dating sites, and I can only imagine the most ridiculous chat-up lines! But girl, spelling is crucial haha. Plus, being appropriate and decent – no one canceled being a normal human being.

  2. I have heard so many different things that women have had to deal with when it comes to dating websites. It’s just crazy sometimes what men hope to get away with sometimes. I don’t get it most of the time. What are they hoping to communicate.

  3. Receiving malicious words as well. I heard many men though of dating just to score to a girl and I hate it. They are just into that and not really getting to know each other.

  4. OMG I can’t believe someone would actually say I like your hair but your boobs are too small. WTF? Also the first one – yeah, that’s a real winner. Not only is it abbreviated, but you can tell the guy is a pro. I can’t imagine that would work on women of any age. Pffttt!

  5. I used to help my friend screen the guys that messaged her on a dating site and those that spelled things incorrectly or talked about their cars were the first ones out!

  6. Oh good god. I am glad I do not have to deal with dating websites. I would be pissed if I heard any of those “lines” you listed in the post.

  7. Totally agree with this although I don’t think i’m quite a mature woman yet. I’d also add one word messages like “hi” or “hello” and abbreviations like “wyd” as the only word in the message

  8. Hahaha yes! **learn how to spell**When I was single, I never made an online dating profile on a site like eHarmony, but I used to be on Tinder and bumble. It’s incredible the types of messages people can send…

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