Girls on online dating sites really can get bombarded with messages, and at that point, they’re not really likely to spend more than 15 seconds quickly scanning through a message before decided to keep reading or not, . ” Later, once you guys have gone back and forth a few times, you can feel free to write longer, more involved messages.

’ On some level I agree with this — I’m much more likely to respond to an actual message than an intrigue — but I don’t think it should be an automatic dealbreaker 100% of the time.

Here’s what I’ve found works for me when I get an ‘intrigue.’ At least check out the person’s profile/photos.

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Like sat down, had a face-to-face conversation, and asked them what they’re looking for in a partner and are they having trouble finding one?

If they seem like a catch (for me, that’s a combination of great photos and something in their profile that makes me laugh), I’ll write back a very short and sweet response, usually in relation to the date they’re responding to (“Have you ever been to Burger & Barrel?

I haven’t, but I’ve heard good things”) to try to get the conversation going.

The ‘Intrigued’ button on How About We is a feature that lets users coyly initiate contact, but it can sometimes be puzzling to be on the receiving end.

If you get an “I’m Intrigued,” is it then up to you to say something first? Date Report blog editor and How About We community manager Michelle Dozois has some helpful suggestions for navigating the tricky waters of the “Intrigued” button.

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