In fact, I’m nailing down a night to go out with one of them as we speak.This is perhaps the most classic and applicable line of the bunch, which is why it comes in last.From there, the conversations were easy and engaging. Fun fact: Tinder conducted a study last year and found that “users are 30 percent more likely to receive a response if they use a GIF.” So while you may be more of a waving bear or Lionel Richie kind of gal, don’t discount the power of a funny image to get you to your next first date.This intro line might sound obscure, but hear me out.I know many women still harbor a lot of anxiety when it comes to making the first move.In person, I get it—saying hi first is scary face-to-face. With Bumble, an app where women must initiate the conversation, you don’t have a choice, but I would make a case for doing it no matter what app or online dating site you’re using. While there’s safety in a cursory “How was your weekend?
For whatever reason, I find both the natural beauty of the falls and the quirky history of the area to be really fascinating.
The importance of spelling and grammar can’t be stressed enough.
You must double, even triple, check the words that you use in your profile before you put it out there for the world to see.
Making a real connection through your phone is hard enough, so the sooner you break down the wall and share a bit of your real self—the easier it will be to get to that next step and test out that connection in the real world.
All these openers have gotten responses for me personally and for many of my clients. If anybody has other openers that work well for them online, post them in the comments.