I did a silly thing and subscribed for another month of Match.com. It was at 25% off. I like a sale.
Anyway. This was the first email I got. Let us bear in mind that my age limit is 38, and this man is 47, first of all.
wow......................I think if you saw me in person you'd say woaw,he's attr. & in good shape though a triathalon is just the kind of fitness level I lack,elyptical,bowflex,etc,I am usually occupied in...my muse would be appealing to me,as I have a 1200 sq. ft. gym in my home,perhaps I can entice you with one day,however,I liked your ad & I think, feel ,demonstrate & represent a much younger and energetic gentlman,generally I enjoy the company af a younger gal,as my stamina & endurance are a drive only the young can appreciate,so love your attitude & look....call me sweetie and lets see how well we relate to one another.Peter two three seven ninety sixty one,so b n touch
1) This is the absolute worst form message I've ever seen.
2) Wow, way to make this all about you. Your overly-inflated ego is so hot.
3) "Entice" me with your gym? Thanks for calling me fat.
4) Yes, that is his phone number. I don't even care anymore.
5) His profile picture looks like it was taken at Sears Portrait Studio, and he has a pornstache.
Upon viewing his profile, more nuggets of fabulousness.
1) The headline: "ISO sexy moxie cosmo jib.I'm most interested in the person,their experience,their outlook,and the depth of their compassion,integrity." ...pardon?
2) He signed his message with "Peter," but says his name is "Bill" in the profile text.
3) He stresses how much he would like to video chat with women he meets.
4) The words "zestful mensch" are used.
5) I really think I saw a Dateline NBC special on this guy, and he's a con man. Just sayin'.
The real problem here? Deciding what witty remark I shall use in reply.