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The interactions were unique because of the anonymity given by using My Space.I have been in contact with support to fix the core issues but have not had any progress over past couple weeks. If you are un-satisfied, we are happy to give a 100% refund. Most nights support is unresponsive over Facebook Messenger and [email protected] As mentioned ..the price we are giving $27 .... You can have the code still and play around with it :)@kaviraj I paid $149, your team said it would go up after that and then it actually went down to $27. I remember feeling obliged, when I got a message from a woman who didn’t interest me, to try and craft a nice reply that didn’t make her feel bad about herself. If there’s no contact, it’s harder to take it personally.I also remember sending notes to women I found interesting and getting absolutely no reply at all. I may not even notice that whomever she was didn’t reply.Perhaps my perspective here might help you when seeking your next mate on there (or not). I turned 19 and I was good with finding and meeting prospective dates on there.
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If they say one of those things (which they won't), just look shocked and dismayed, and then walk away. That line of manipulative thinking is not going to get you a satisfying relationship.
If someone asks you, describe one thing that you're planning to do, and then ask them a question relating to it. "I'm finally watching the youtube videos that I queued up. It might get you a couple of dates, where you'll continually suffer from a gnawing sense of impostor syndrome over whether she actually likes you vs is bamboozled by your tricks.
You may not be interested, but you can’t just pretend that the person isn’t standing there talking to you. So we have developed all manner of ways of saying no thanks, in what is hopefully the kindest way possible. And a couple times, women I have written to actually have replied with nice no thank you messages. And – here’s the odd part – a little uncomfortable.
None of us likes to be rejected, and if we have any empathy about us at all we’re uncomfortable inflicting pain and/or embarrassment on someone – especially since that person’s only crime is thinking we’re kinda neat. When I first signed up for back in 2010 I didn’t know the rules. It turns out that I much prefer being ignored to being acknowledged in cases of rejection.
These women find something potentially valuable about me, and many of them clearly work as hard on their approach messages as I do on mine, trying to appeal to something in my profile that struck them, working to connect the dots and sell me on the idea that they’re really worth my while.