Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.
They play on emotional triggers to get you to provide money, gifts or personal details.
Maybe they set a more casual tone that people prefer, though I have to say, You had me at ‘what’s up’ doesn’t quite have the same ring to it.
There are many words on the effective end of our list like (double yes!
So if you can’t bring yourself to deny the deity, consider opening yourself up to a whole wacky bunch of them.
But ideally you should just disbelieve the whole thing.
Our negative correlation list is a fool’s lexicon: was also a successful word, but much less so (33%).It could be that appearing unsure makes the writer seem more vulnerable and less threatening. But either way: men should be careful not to let the appearance of vulnerability become the appearance of sweaty desperation: , 23%)!Mentioning your religion helps you, but, paradoxically, it helps you most if you have no religion.We’re presenting just a smattering: in fact every “niche” word that we have significant data on has a positive effect on messaging., no doubt because of its adverbial meaning of “to a fair degree; moderately” also helps male messages.A lot of real-world dating advice tells men to be more confident, but apparently hemming and hawing a little works well online.