But it's far more likely he's e-blasting winks to innumerable women to see what kind of responses he'll solicit.Winks demonstrate laziness and lack of specific, intense interest in you that will invariably show up later in letdowns, small and large.Savvy online-dating women have learned to filter through the stream of floating heads, "wasssups!" and winks until we find someone worthy of a meet-up.Sure they may sing a sad tale of recently purchased computers, digital cameras that went for a swim and how they've been "too busy" but c'mon, this is online dating.Your pictures are the stove top in your metaphorical kitchen.
Sure he might be artsy, but he also might just have a wife.I guarantee that the man who will ultimately want to marry you will not send you a "wink." Please don't be fooled into thinking he's "shy" or just intimidated by your fabulousness.Yes, it's possible he's a wimp or insecure (and therefore not really robust dating material anyway).You certainly don't whistle back -- or go and start a conversation! It signals ambivalence and/or arrogance -- not decisiveness and determination.
See if your online dating site allows you to set your preferences to block winks, so that you won't be tempted down this time-wasting path. Subject bars that go "Hmmmmmmm....." You do not want to date Mr. If you're having trouble understanding why "Hmmmm" is problematic, then try this exercise.Cheating How-To: Tips From A Mistress2.) A skeleton-like vital stats department There's something to be said for being a little mysterious on your "About Me" sections.