The reason I advocate my original line is that it is more complex than just simply saying "Hey" or "What's up", but it's not too outrageous that it will turn a girl off. Maybe there's a way to get the to respond to a first message, but I think they have a lot of anxiety about in general.
I just try to get their attention in the first message instead of writing a long winded specific message about something in their profile.
Make a negative impression and your chances of fucking her have already ended.
Guys make the following mistakes on the first email to a girl online…
I don't have any "proven" first messages, but one of my friends is successful and he just writes, "hey" or "sup" in his first message. I'm black and the majority of the women on each site weren't. However, if you're doing mass messaging like I do then you simply can't take the time do break down each girl's profile unless you want to make an afternoon out of it.
It's the second message that he uses to really get them interested. One that ALWAYS ensured a reply back was "I hope you aren't racist". I guess they always replied so that they could validate themselves somewhat so that they don't feel guilty or racist if they didn't reply. The line I've been using to message chicks is: "Hey I checked out your profile and you seem cool. " By saying I checked out their profile it implies that I did actually check them out which I didn't, I just look at their pictures.
How’s about instead of exchanging perverted pics, let’s talk about what we’re looking for in a partner over some drinks this weekend? I read through your profile and, as you will notice, we’re both looking for the same things in a partner. And, let’s face it, I’m a pretty darn good looking dude!
When you are sending out a first message on an online dating site, what are proven, tried and tested first messages? I don't think there's going to be any one magic universal opener that will blow the doors off any and every girl. Many examples of guys putting lines up on here and within days being called out for it because every third message she receives is your own opener.. Within those categories, I've observed some patterns for success.Now, don’t get me wrong, it’s not because I’m ashamed of what I’ve got.I just figured you’d seen enough of those pictures from the other guys emailing you. Email: There’s no point in opening any other emails.You're attractive, in their age range, and live near them). As others have mentioned, it really comes down to looks.That's why I stay away from the cute, silly openers. No girl is going to want to go out with some weird looking guy just because he has a witty opener.
The last point we need to make on introductory emails is to ask a question, preferably at the end.