The 10 Strangest Messages Women Get On Online Dating Siteslovesujeiry
I joined Match.com about a month ago and have had some interesting interactions. By interesting, I mean straight up weird. It doesn’t matter how specific I am in my profile (“I am seeking a man between 30-40 in the Los Angeles area). I still receive strange messages from 56-year-old men that are living in Houston, Texas and want to “get to know me.”
But that’s not the worst of it.
What’s more terrible than having a man my grandpa’s age ask if he can wine and dine me? A man who wants to suck my toes or make sweet love to me…and says so in his intro email.
The sad thing is that this happens to most women who are trying to find a mate online. And I have proof! Here are ten of the weirdest messages that women have received from men when online dating.
10 Weird Emails from Men From Online Dating 1 of 10
If you think online dating can be awkward, then you're right! Check out the slideshow of ten of the weirdest messages women get when online dating.
Seeking Cougar 2 of 10
Young men need love too! And some actually want to date their momma. This message is just too sweet. Makes me want to give him a pacifier.
A Married Man 3 of 10
So, you're married and you want a woman to consider a married man? For shame! How about you think inside the box and divorce your wife before getting on an online dating site.
A Photo In An Email 4 of 10
You have no Internet so you text me to text you? How did you ever get online to post the photo as an email? These weird messages write themselves.
Someone Created My Profile 5 of 10
Maybe telling someone that you're hardly online and someone created your online profile isn't the best way to get to know them, regardless of political affiliation!
Just Arrogant 6 of 10
Again with the no Internet! But this guy was just tooting his own horn. He thinks he's so hot that the only reason she will not respond is because Y2K actually happened.
"i’m not a reader" 7 of 10
I can't even make sense of this email. Can you? Aside from him not being a "reader," he also won't listen to you when you speak. What a catch!
Breakfast Foods 8 of 10
What I ate for breakfast is none of your concern, Mr.! And it's just corny. Yes, this is actually an intro email that I was emailed just last week.
Sour Patch Kid 9 of 10
Comparing women to candy or any food and beverage is just so weird! Not smooth either, even if you do compare us to a Coca Cola bottle.
Disrespectful 10 of 10
What can I say about this one? A friend send it along and my jaw dropped. Talk about a classy guy. Learn how to respect women and how to spell!