sexsweet2005 41F
49 posts
12/19/2005 4:46 am

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I've been a member of this site for almost a year now and granted, I've received several types of e-mails from all types of people. I once saw the question asked in the advice column, "Why do some people not respond to my e-mails?" Now, I can't speak for everyone, but there are some types of people and some e-mails that will get no response from me. So listed below, are just some of the things I hate.

First off, I hate a cheap ass man. Ok, sexsweet, what do u mean by that? Glad you asked, lol. I hate a man who wants to hook up at a hotel/motel and does not offer to pay for the accomodations. Now, don't get me wrong because your girl does have a job and can definitely hold her own, but I just think it would be the gentleman thing to do. So guys if we were corresponding and all of a sudden you just stopped receiving messages from me after we decided we were going to hook up at a hotel and you asked, "So, who pays?", then that's the reason why.

Secondly, I hate guys whose vocabulary consists of nothing but ebonics. So if the opening line to your e-mail says, "What it do, shorty?" or "What the bizness is?", then chances are your message was deleted without a second thought. Now I know that everyone's vocabulary, even my own, consists of some "slang" words, but my thing is this: Speak like that if your from the region that uses that dialect, but don't speak like that if you've lived in, hmmmmmm, let's say, Arkansas all your life.

Thirdly, and this has to be one of my biggest turn offs. I hate receiving e-mails with a lot of misspelled words! Intelligence is a definite turn on for me so if I have to try and decipher your message because every other word is misspelled, you definitely won't be hearing back from me. I consider myself an excellent speller, but I may be guilty of sending some e-mails where all the words were not spelled correctly. If so, chances are I typed the message in a hurry and didn't take the time to proof it. But, there's one thing about me; I know that if I don't know how to spell a word, Webster does.

So people when sending out your e-mails, invitations, or what-nots, take some of these things into consideration. As I said before, I can't speak for everyone, afterall, "to each its' own", right? But, if your sending me a message, then please have your stuff together.

rm_Silkie1976 42M/40F
2 posts
1/12/2006 6:51 pm

I totally agree with you about being a gentleman and paying the way if they want to hook up. Also spelling your words and communicating right is a big turn on and for me it lets me know that the other person took time to proof it before it was sent. Yes there are times that we are in a hurry and not all things get proof read and that is understandable but every one should make an effor tif they want a response.

rm_COLE6969us 62M
1 post
2/24/2006 9:02 am

I know this is a little late in comming but ladies sexsweet2005 and silkie1976 I have to agree and somtimes I mispell words or leave out a letter and still miss it when proof reading but as far as who pays well I'm old school to me it wouldn't be who payed for the room but it would be after we had dinner talked,laughed got to know each other in person first intellengent conversation is just as important as foreplay or u could say it is the beginning of foreplay and it would be a motel you liked not a cheap filty one and your cost would be absolutely nothing
and if I didn't have the money than I would wait until I did after all I want the time we had together to be fun and enjoyable for all
now I know u are not interested in someone my age but if I was younger u can bet I would be trying my best to meet u

ludwig202 64  
9620 posts
5/11/2008 11:26 am

super sexy wom...

auflaufroli1 54M
9 posts
11/3/2009 5:46 am

wow thaths hard. what type of men are this.i would be in shame to do that.

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