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You exchange a couple sentences, and suddenly, he just ghosts out of the conversation. If you don’t meet in person pretty quickly, you just end up having a meaningless text conversation that goes nowhere in particular and then simply fizzles out. If a guy doesn’t make a concrete move to ask you out in a day or two after you connect online, there’s no point in continuing.
I’ve even heard that, statistically, you apparently have to go on 39 online dates before you meet the person who you are happy to settle for.
Just ‘nice’ means most people get straight back on the swipe.
Even when you’re the one who makes the move, your plans often fall apart before you even get to meet the guy in person.
If you do meet up, there’s a high chance of no chemistry.