For this discussion refers to your first message in online dating.
There is a lot of fun in the digital dating world such as the place notorious for Nigerian money scams and general douchebaggery.
There is Adult Friend Finder a place that I think is nothing more then perverts looking to spread syphilis and show close ups of their various pubic regions. Yes a place where all the freaks can find a date, well might find a date.
Then there is always hundreds of “Mail Order Bride” sites dedicated to getting lonely people desperate women from third world shit holes green cards. Some people couldn’t even get laid in Thailand a place where 5$ can get you anything you want (plus herpes from a underage transvestite you thought was a girl), but we aren’t talking about that kind of degeneracy.
To say the least when Newton Minow called TV a “Vast Wasteland” he had yet to experience the great atrocity of the internets. It’s Otakubooty (I love the name) a place where the Nerds, Geeks, Otaku, fan Boys, Freaks, NEETs, Fan Girls, Hikikomori, and Dorks can interface and chat up one another.
This advice may still be helpful for sites such as e Harmony or Chemistry.com, however these services guide the communication and there is less “emailing” early on.
Writing the online dating first email is the area where I made the biggest mistakes for the longest period of time when I was dating online.
No I would not try to find a date on there but I did have to check it out to see the train wreck of human interaction that it is.
I did however try some sites in an experiment and didn’t get a very good result such as eharmony telling me I would die alone or the epic failure of The Marriage Project on this little pit stain of the interwebs.
i see you like the saxaphone, that was 1 intrument i would have loved to learn to play, do you play yourself or just like the sound..? That being said, if she doesnt find you physically attractive, no matter what you say in the letter, it won't be enough.