Send your own two truths and one lie and then ask the receiver to guess which is which and invite him or her to do the same for you.
Make sure all of your truths and lies are fairly superficial so everyone can have fun with it.
“I would write the same things you’d be saying if you bumped into someone socially that you found interesting and wanted to get to know better.
’ It’s very difficult for most people stand out from the crowd.“I have been on and off of and am actually dating a guy from there now,” says Amy Jo Beaver, a health coach in Atlanta. Too many guys send generic emails that make me wonder whether they actually even read my profile.” Angela Dupont, a lead concierge living in Dallas/Ft.Worth, agrees: “My biggest gripe was when someone would just send a ‘hey, what’s up? I looked for proof that he actually read my profile and comprehended what it is that I’m looking for.“My advice would be to think about your first contact like it’s a conversation, not an electronic solicitation,” counsels Dr.Julie Gurner, a personal consultant and life coach practicing in the Philadelphia and New York City areas.Here are some examples to try: Would you rather always find the perfect parking space or always find your missing keys/socks/wallet?