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Here are the six types of guys you should definitely steer clear of while man hunting online.1. I’m Just Tryna Get Some: This fellow is attractive, successful, in his mid-20s to early-30s and is not afraid to use copy-paste message flattery to try to get in your pants. I’m Here To Get Over Her: Ever wonder why you felt like you hit it off with a guy online and out of nowhere he just stopped responding to your messages? I’m Here To Get Over Her.” He honestly believes he is ready to let go of his past relationship and start over, but she still owns his heart. I Fear Rejection: This guy makes up the majority of male online daters.

After posting an article on “10 Played-Out Online Dating Messages That Guys Send Women,” one reader shared her story about a guy named “Ritzy” from Plenty Of Fish — a handsome, charismatic lawyer — who sent her and three of her friends the same message: Turned out he sent me the same message a week prior. Every message he receives or sends just reaffirms his need for her — especially if he begins sensing a connection with someone that may threaten his unwavering love for her. He refuses to put even an ounce of effort into message exchange, because he has been burned in the past by women who never respond or often don’t care to extend the relationship beyond the realm of the digital world.

He views long-term dating as a “hiring-process” for which he will happily accept resumes, but he knows that at the end of the day no candidate is worthy of the position. This fellow spends seven days of the week at the gym (and wishes there was just more time to dedicate solely to his triceps), frequents the men’s bathroom to catch a glimpse of himself in the mirror, and has at least three photos on his profile where he is doing his version of “Blue Steel.” He is online for the attention, not for love, and definitely not for you!

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What would you do if you are not into your date but he or she does not clearly get the message?

NYC single mommy; Three time Columbia University Alumna (BA in Psychology; MA and Ed M in Psychological Counseling); Educator and Adjunct Professor by day, Freelance Writer/Lifestyle Blogger by night; Stylista at heart; Kids fashion is my thing.

My life is filled with all things pink (and purple), except for the one bit of blue -- my rambunctious 7-year-old son; Perfect combo of sweet, chic, edgy, and badass. It's a nice part time gig and one that I absolutely love. I used to be a Teacher and I'm going back to work in a school in less than a week. He's really a nice guy and all, but I'm just not feeling him in that way.) If you were to go back and read my previous posts/Facebook status updates/Tweets, I'm sure you'll find a grammatical error here and there.

He will send you a ridiculously unthoughtful message (typically between 1-4 words) and if you make the mistake of responding, he will ask you to exchange contact info (Facebook, number, email, etc.) before he even knows your name. IATS types are in their late-20s to late-30s and are feeling the pressure to settle down or commit.

He often has forgotten his standards and just wants anyone. They typically have careers, goals and passions, but feel as though it’s time to find a significant other to start a family with.Monday morning I get a text from one of the girls who was out, this guy from the band had seen our pictures on the Facebook page and had asked if she could introduce us.I felt rude saying no since he appeared to have gone to a fair bit of effort, so we become Facebook friends and message a bit.I've been talking to this guy -- let's just call him BGG (Bad Grammar Guy) -- and, about a week ago, I told him this: I'm not interested in dating you. But, here's the thing: Am I being too weird/shallow/stuck up about this? When he responded by saying, "I'm wondering what's missing n you eyes," I wanted to reply, "IT'S YOUR GRAMMAR! He sees women as objects similar to air pumps whose sole purpose is to inflate his ego. He is an older gentleman, usually divorced, but definitely desperate.

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