Diane Trout (alienghic) wrote,
Diane Trout

The meta

I replied to dragonblink's ok cupid profile and made reference to reading her LJ, which suggests to me that there's a high probability of her reading this post. I'm glad I finally took the advice of several of my friends and actually wrote instead of continuing to sit around trying to come up with the "perfect" profile and introductory email--that wasn't going anywhere fast.

Also in responding to peoples personal ads, how much should one reveal about oneself?

Though since I tend to be relatively open online, there's not much to reveal that someone couldn't find out by reading my profile or back LJ entries.

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