Here's a tip: Not many thirtysomethings still wear a high school letterman jacket, and most fakers don't have 10 different stolen photos of the same attractive person. Once you feel comfortable moving to the next level, feel free to share your personal email or chat address, or better yet try Face Time or Skype.
Now, for those who don't find your i Pod or computer's monitor to project you in the most flattering light (I am one of you), keep your "Skype date" short!
You can also opt for a casual lunch, or hey, if you and he both suspect there's a connection, dinner is preferable.
Starbucks has "I'm not too invested in meeting you" written all over it, while dinner hints at "I'm hoping you might be the one." 6) Leave him wanting MORE!
First, let's face it; you're a quality catch (if you do not agree with me, you might want to start with first improving your feelings about your self before jumping into a relationship, but that's the topic of another article).A frightening number of profile photos can be found that are taken from bad angles, have frowns on faces, or are primarily of the user's pet dog, frog, or a pogo stick.Put simply, a quickly thrown-together profile with unflattering photos and misspellings of words like "Hi" (I have literally seen this spelled "Hie") is NOT going to cut it!So before you take the conversation to the phone, invest some time in reading his emails and profile.How much time did he put into his profile, and more important, how much time is he willing to put into get to know YOU?