Most of us have examples of lousy introductory e-mails.The most common are the one liners that don't really say anything.I do, but it's been over 30 days since I sent it, so I can't repost it even if I want to.
OP, you can't go wrong with Dennis Leary on this one: At all times, you can compliment a woman on her eyes, smile and boobs. What I liked about your profile is that it is honest and reflects your depth and intelligence..
Kind of like going to a fortune teller, where they tell you in generic terms exactly what you want to hear. That doesn't mean it has to be long or even descriptive. When I do, I mention what the vibe was, and where I think it came from. I make sure that I can back up everything I say with a reason why I said it, simply by telling the truth and being self-aware. I could teach you the Karma Sutra(note it is actually Kama Sutra).
And the pic may well have come from a Versace ad... I mention my intentions, and my curiosity as to her interests, or if she mentions them, I look for shared interests, or ones that she mentions and which I hope to experience (besides sex and all the other ones you shouldn't mention). I always wonder what these mens mothers would say if they knew they acted like this.
I would have messaged him back for the sheer finesse of that message.
Well, I've only been here a few days so haven't received any yet where the sender hit it out of the ballpark, so to speak.