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Friday, November 7, 2008

Online Dating - How to Turn Her Down

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I just got the WEIRDEST email on JDate.

A girl who cancelled on me less than an hour before we were supposed to meet last year just contacted me again as if we had never spoken.

Heh? What? Is this chick for real?

But it got me thinking -- Is there a simple (yet polite), cut-and-paste email someone can send out letting someone know he/she isn't interested (as opposed to just merely ignoring someone's message)?

So here you go - her loss is your gain:

Hey XXX,

Thank you for your email, but I am not interested in pursuing anything at this time. Best of luck in your search!

Alexander


Nothing good can EVER come from verbally attacking anyone in an email (including this bizatch). ALWAYS take the high road -- let her see what she missed out on.

Also feel free to use this email anytime you are contacted by someone you are not interested in. It is MUCH more polite than ignoring someone that took the time to write you. Don't leave them hanging... not cool.

Happy Dating!

Alexander Stone & Stephen David
Copyright 2008 - All Rights Reserved

3 comments:

Jenny said...

Wow! How mature. I thought all guys are scum, but you just saved your gender (I'm excusing the use of "bizatch" this time!) :)
well said.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather be ignored

Sheila Michelle said...

Did she email you back or did she move on?