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So he actually contacted me out of the blue today, but there's a little back story that goes with it. In it he said he was traveling and would get back to me later that day.Because I was sick of this happening to myself and everyone else out there, I posted a missed connection on craigslist telling people not to leave others hanging. Either way, I was excited at first, but now I have my guard up. But that was yesterday and today is virtually over. Am I getting the run-around or do you think he genuinely means well?If you want to skip ahead to the ones that are best for you, you can use the links below: Best | Local | Senior | Gay | Lesbian | Christian | Black | Sex Saving the best for last is not what we’re about.We like to get right to the good stuff, so we’re starting out this list with the absolute cream of the crop in the online dating world.For people in my office / people I know well: Hi/Thank you on the first email in a chain, then I drop it after that.For people outside of my office, especially people who are more important or potentially antagonistic: Hi/Thank you or Sincerely, etc for all emails, unless you're getting into a quickfire back-and-forth and then only after a lot emails have gone by. I'm in college and in my experience, most people would stop saying hi after the FIRST email. I still sign Best or something like that at the end of the letter and I say hi and thank you again if it's the day after, even if I'm still replying to the same conversation.However, I do work in a very formal profession, but I think it's better to err on the side of formality. If you're going back and forth and the subject hasn't changed, you probably don't need to address them. And by then they only say thank you when they mean it. Think of it like texting someone to set up plans for the weekend, you wouldn't say hi to them in every text.
It was the day of my grandmother's funeral and he had called me in the morning to say he was there if I needed him. He quit his job, moved and cut off his cell phone in a matter of days. He had gotten another girl pregnant, married her, had two children and was (at the time of the email) divorced and raising the children on his own. He sent me that email yesterday mentioning that he was busy and saw the emails I'd sent him (I only sent 2).
To contact them and let them know that if they are busy, you will get back to them. And creepily, he said that he was locked out of his email account for a few days and that he would email more later day but he was busy. Seriously, guys need to learn that they can't just do one minor thing to bring our spirits back up and have everything go back to normal. Perhaps this is me being too optimistic but if you give a timeframe of when to respond and a reason why you haven't that seems like a good thing.
And I'm still fairly miffed at this one for leaving me hanging. He added that he couldn't access that account for a few days But the fact that he didn't adhere to his own words; it's not that I'm mad.
happens all the time, two people are chatting then *poof* someone disappears. they could have gotten together with their ex, met someone new, went out of town for the weekend, computer got a virus, things got busy at work, they got thrown in jail, etc.... You can't possibly meet, date, and become exclusive with all of them.
there is no use being invested in anyone before you have met them face to face, seen the whites of their eyes. and yes, i wouldn't be surprised if he did contact you in the future. You talk to a few and then once someone better comes along you drop some of those people who were talking to before.
Sometimes that meant not turning on the AC in the middle of a scorching summer.