Pick out a common interest or something that piques your curiosity and ask her about it. Asking about (and not simply mentioning) something from her profile is key, Barton says, because you’re trying to get to know her—not sound like you already know her.
Pro tip: Keep your questions genuinely inquisitive, not confrontational, especially if she lists interests that are considered traditionally masculine (e.g. Don’t ever start a question with “It’s rare to find a girl who likes sports...” or “You must not be like other girls...” because she’ll (probably correctly) assume that you’re about to mansplain her own hobbies to her.
one viral post about the rules a dad has in place for any boys who want to date his daughters.
There’s usually something in there about meeting a curfew, a line or two about respect, and sometimes a picture of the dad cleaning out a gun.
"This study finds that dating behaviors drastically differ between the ages.
“You have nothing to lose—maybe the first time you tried she had 15 new messages, but the second time you’re the only one,” Barton says.
Men really aren't all that discriminating when it comes to selecting a match on Tinder, according to a recent study from the Queen Mary University of London, Sapienza University of Rome, and the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group. That same study found 21% of women sent the first message, while only 7% of men did so.
Men are certainly less strategic and selective than women, anyway. We’ll give you the benefit of the doubt—it can be tricky to figure out exactly what to say to her to sweep her off her feet and not give her the creeps.
Sarcasm and self-deprecating humor might be your forte, but these things don’t translate well to text.
Similarly, anything that sounds judgmental—even if it’s meant as a joke—won’t be taken well.