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Maybe you're more inclined to give faceless men a chance because you yourself have declined to post your own photo. I understand that especially when you're new to the world of online dating, it can feel more comfortable to enter in stages. He may generously share details about himself -- or even pay you general compliments, which are bound to flatter.
But at the end of the day, men are visual creatures -- they either like your look or they don't. But if this e-mail makes no mention of anything specific from your profile, then it could have been addressed to dozens of other women on the web (and most likely has been and will be).
So here are some of the most obvious online dating "flags" I suggest you use to steer clear of players and time-wasters: 1. Beware if he sends you a "wink" or a "smile" instead of a properly written e-mail.
I guarantee that the man who will ultimately want to marry you will not send you a "wink." Please don't be fooled into thinking he's "shy" or just intimidated by your fabulousness.
See if your online dating site allows you to set your preferences to block winks, so that you won't be tempted down this time-wasting path. Subject bars that go "Hmmmmmmm....." You do not want to date Mr. If you're having trouble understanding why "Hmmmm" is problematic, then try this exercise.
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I have looked at his facebook and haven't found anything there that is a red flag, in fact he seems like a really nice guy with a lot of friends of both sex. Yes, if he's so desperate to meet after less than a week, I'd definitely put my guard up.
I have told him that I wanted to slow things down and put off his trip, but he got upset and wouldn't speak to me and told me the distance was too much..turns around and says he wants to love me and calls he his love. If you talk to him for a few weeks and he doesn't show any more suspicious behavior, I might think it's okay to meet up in a public place. I recently met a man online who lives 9 hours from me and already wants to drive to see me, it's been less than a week.
Maybe you're inwardly flattered, but generally you ignore such attention. "Hmmmm" may be Man Code for many things (e.g., "sleeping with you might be interesting," or "I'm bored so please entertain me with witty online banter").
You certainly don't whistle back -- or go and start a conversation! It signals ambivalence and/or arrogance -- not decisiveness and determination.
A man can e-mail you his photo directly, but it's still a red flag if he's hiding it on his profile.