Wonderful," the least he can do is ask you on a proper date!
The more you have in common the more likely you are to connect on a deeper level.
If the most important thing to you is being vegetarian, or a fitness freak, or Mormon, or into line dancing, then why not find a site that attracts others who have the same values?
As an aficionado of online dating, and founder of Marry Me Already.com, a dating site targeted strictly at people looking for serious relationships and marriage, I am often asked how online daters can distinguish between people looking for that special someone and those who are just in it for a night of fun. Online dating can really work, with as many as one in six marriages today between people who met online.
The trick is in sifting out the diamonds from the ruffians!
Putting your best foot forward can and will yield positive results when consistently applied.
So get off to a fresh start by revamping your existing profile or by signing up for the first time with a great new profile.
This is a great early gauge of "commitment," because if he's looking for a one-night stand, he probably isn't going to go back and forth with you sharing his innermost thoughts.
Also, if by chance he's an online scammer (unfortunately, the net is teeming with these), he is going to want to communicate with you as quickly as possible in another forum where he doesn't risk getting banned.
Second, let's also agree that you're looking for something serious to come of your online dating effort (if the answer is not really, then you're one of those one-night stand types and you should be meeting like-minded people on one of those other niche sites).
So, if you're going to put in the effort to have a good hair day, paint your face, and pick out the cute outfit to meet "Mr.
You can also opt for a casual lunch, or hey, if you and he both suspect there's a connection, dinner is preferable.