Their photos will show a range of destinations and/or activities—chosen for the explicit purpose of inspiring conversation.Even if you’re not a fellow hiker/skier/scuba-diver/chef/dog-owner/concert-goer, he’s probably hoping you’ll be curious enough about it to ask.So what makes this greeting stand out from your standard “What’s up? That’s right, I am guilty of sending the same thing to everyone all the time. Back in June, a few contributors and I wrote about how it really is possible to meet a nice guy on a dating app. The relationship didn’t last, but the line—like a particularly flattering top or my favorite eyeliner—has yet to fail me. (Great for those of you who are shy about reaching out first.) One guy responded after only a few minutes with, “The Kapowski.At the time, I happened to be dating a nice guy that I met (you guessed it) on an app. Diabolical.” Two others sent back a GIF of Zack Morris.The published an article last year revealing that women who make the first move in online dating are often rewarded. ” prompt, I have a few (slightly) more creative ideas. There’s something about the hands that signal a cheerfulness, friendliness, and enthusiasm that words alone cannot.This is the line I use about 90 percent of the time on apps. The waving hands are cute, friendly, and as one guy put it, “pretty adorable.”Truth be told, I wait until I’ve garnered a handful of matches and then copy/paste the message to all of them while being sure to change the name each time. ) The combination of nineties crush nostalgia and the flirtatious approachability of a wave make this GIF an easy intro.Guys who are looking for something real are hoping for someone to come along and notice something specific that interests them—and pursue it.
For whatever reason, I find both the natural beauty of the falls and the quirky history of the area to be really fascinating.
Tourist attractions, quirky local restaurants, or museums—anything that genuinely excites and interests you.
Unexpected topics and specific questions are memorable, which will serve to set you apart from all the “Hey…” girls out there.
I get so animated when I talk about Niagara that whether or not the person is into waterfalls or Upstate New York, I can have them ready to jump in a car and go in about five minutes.
So, I decided to see if my love for The Falls could inspire a dating connection.