Either way, make sure you end with a question so it’s easy for her to write back.
Flirting is fun, but when you’re doing it online you need to be slower about it than normal.
Because your partner can’t see you, or the signals you’re sending, flirting too early in an online exchange can be a huge turn-off.
Going back to the good old questions, instead of asking him or her something dull such as “what did you eat for lunch? Ask “Why are you a cat person when everyone knows that dog people make better lovers? Nothing kills a conversation early on like pushing boundaries waaaay too far (like being outright mean or vulgar).
” Or poke fun at their answers in a flirty way (“Oh, you’re a Star Wars fan? When you’re messaging almost anonymously, it can be easy to exaggerate or outright lie to make yourself look better. One, because it will get awkward if you ever do meet up, and two, it’s human (and often ) to have flaws – embrace them, and your partner will too.
Know when to take your virtual relationship offline before it fizzles out.
After all, dating is about meeting up face-to-face, hearing their voice, drinking in their smell and feeling their touch.
Focus on connecting so she’s less likely to ghost in your message string.
Knowing each other better will mean a less awkward date, too.
She runs the website where she makes the art of seduction look easy peasy.