Ask me a question and I will feel compelled to answer.
Honestly, just having a conversation with someone about things without having to feel like I'm being interrogated or doing the interrogation is much more my style.
I'm going to take a different stab at this, and I really can't believe I'm going to say this, but maybe, just maybe, they initially thought they'd take a shot, but perhaps in the end, after the dust settled and the excitement of getting a response back wore off, they thought that they wouldn't pass muster.
You seem pretty together and well spoken, perhaps they don't currently have the confidence or don't care for where they are at or positioned in life right now.
You stop enjoying the relationship for what it is and start craving validation and confirmation that it’s “the real deal.” And there’s only one thing that manifests from that place… QUIZ: Are You Accidentally Destroying Your Love Life?
She may not treat everyone this way - but for YOU - she needs MORE than your personality and Boy Scout Salute - she needs to be paid to date a guy she thinks is lack-luster. I usually encourage them to ask questions because I absolutely HATE talking about myself randomly.I guess if that is the case you can at least give them kudos for being honest with themself. Hope you have some fun meeting some nice quality women. If they want to know about you, when they write , "Tell me about your self", tell them , "Lets meet and we can talk about it". She wants a reward for giving you a chance - and every few weeks she'll prod you for another reward.She might even hang around long enough to be rewarded with a house you can pay for.It's amazing the things you can learn from a simple conversation.Haha I think I'm going to write a mini autobiography and copy and paste it as a reply for each and everyone who asks me that question." Not to make light of your feeling the attempt seemed lame, but we're taught that men like to talk about themselves and it tends to work.If I were you I'd add one or two things that aren't in your profile then ask a question. She found out that you're a "nice guy" and that's it.So that's what I do - in so many words I ask them what their reason for writing is.I gotta agree with Scottey63 on this - if they ask me it's a fail. So many things can be misinterpreted through words or lack thereof. I'm leaning towards just pointing somone back to my profile for clues before a questionaire. Aristotle and Crankyb4coffee (picture the actual philosopher being as much..