And yet this one guy with the trivia questions was able to bring out your playful side.” The moral of the story is that you are ALWAYS responsible for how you leave a conversation. By being optimistic, playful, interested and interesting, you can almost always transform any evening into a pleasant experience.The problem is that we don’t; we expect the other person to do the heavy lifting – to make the plans, to ask the silly questions, to raise the playing field.This is the equivalent of sex without foreplay, fellas, and women HATE it.Any woman who has an ounce of self-esteem should value herself enough to turn all of you tactless, impatient, schmucks down. Which is why it kills me even worse that you don’t learn. Picture some woman coming up to you and asking you how much you made for a living.In preparation for my free teleclass next Tuesday, I’m going to be asking two new online questions each day and would greatly appreciate your responses.With your participation, I think we can all learn something fundamental about online dating.
online), or because you want to avoid saying difficult topics out loud, “nothing good comes from trying to discuss emotionally-charged issues through an electronic device,” says dating coach Neely Steinberg, author of Early on, you have to be careful.Or perhaps quickly trying to gauge your penis size. “I don’t want to waste my time.” Which is pretty much your defense for offering to go to the phone before she’s comfortable.And if simple courtesy isn’t enough reason to heed my advice, how about this: your way is ineffective. I seem to run into this a lot and haven’t seen this addressed.In my first email, I usually ask a few questions and figure the female will answer them, which they usually do, but then they don’t ask anything of me but still seem interested.