The dating site offers examples like, “Would you rather always find a parking space or always find your missing keys?
” or “Would you rather be invisible or be immortal? You could ask, “Would you rather have a puppy-sized elephant or an elephant-size puppy for a pet?
He replied, “So I guess the question at this point is, do you want the D?
pretty good, but you could send that message to pretty much anyone. Getting personal and showing you’ve actually read someone’s profile is a much more compelling way to elicit a response.“I showed him your picture and explained what Ok Cupid was,” the online dater wrote.“He let me off with a warning and said I better get your number.” Clearly, this guy is a smooth talker.One anonymous conversation on Tickld shows that you don’t have to get too fancy to get a girl’s attention.“So I’m writing a book right now,” the online dater wrote.“Your account will be CLOSED unless you reply to this message with your name, phone number, your favorite flower, how many Cheetos you can fit in your mouth at once (just curious), and if you prefer Chinese or Italian cuisine.” The messenger playfully asked for a phone number, implied plans for a date, and showed creativity with a unique format for a side-splitting message.