So what's the consensus out there these days in "Online Dating Land" re: saying "thanks, but no thanks"....?
I usually just drop it unless there was extensive amounts of conversation.
And after receiving a few cranky replies, enumerating my (many) faults, and that I was basically doing them a "favor", etc.
by ending things, frankly it's difficult not to consider the option of doing nothing and simply letting things "drift off"!
Is it better to drop a note and politely say "no thanks", etc. I'm thinking particularly of instances where maybe you've both had at least a couple email exchanges or even a phone call, but it soon becomes apparent that you're not a good "fit".
Now maybe it's different when women say "no" to men, but I'm surprised at how many gals don't seem to be able to accept a polite "sorry we didn't work out, but best of luck in your search".
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So if somebody "winks", emails you a note, communicates a bit, or otherwise expresses "interest" online, what happens if you're "not interested"?
Then I take it to the friend-zone as politely as I know how to do.
If you tell girls "sorry, we're not a match", many girls can't stand rejection so of course they will have a great many comebacks. If you just let it go and drift away on it's own, you could possibly get the psycho who constantly sends you messages even when you never reply.