"Then how about tonight? Right to the point should get points, right?"
"Aren't you a little miracle!!!"
Man. We laughed at this one for a while. A long while. Me? A little miracle? Maybe when I was birthed.
"Ok. So I am seriously tongue tied here, normally I am the talker and love to engage people in conversation, break the ice and general just make people feel good.
However I find myself in unfamiliar territory with you as you are so beautiful and seriously the cats meow that I really don't have the first clue on what to say other that WOW!"
This is a copy and paste. Not an original word in the message. At least he put the effort into typing it out once.
"Very nice profile."
This is a lazier copy and paste. But at least it seems honest enough. His pics didn't look like a bot, so I am sure if he takes the time to copy and paste a message, he thinks the profile is, at least, nice. Maybe the "very" is an exaggeration.
"Very bold honesty, being a serial dater and all. Excellent! Props to u! Many women hide all their activities under garbs, its nice to see honesty."
Thanks for the props. Men hide their 'activities' too.
"No couch potatoes. Me, I love sex and rugs and rock and roll."
No couch potatoes. But he's fine with 'rug' addicts? Ugh. I don't know what any of that means.
"We look like the same person I think. What are you doing this weekend."
Just look in the mirror. Pretend we are hanging out.
"A serial dater? I like that ... but I guess ... nevermind, lol, I was going to say ... I wonder if a guy could do that, but lots do, but then your (sic) considered a player, lol, ..., right?"
Whatever. Chill with the ellipses and commas, guy. They are overriding your half-cocked assessment on the gender binary.
If you'd like to be clowned on my blog, hit me up on a dating site.