Ignore messages or say no thank you?  

D11377 49F  
166 posts
9/8/2021 8:55 am
Ignore messages or say no thank you?

I usually say no thank you or not interested. A man came back to Senior Sizzle and reported me as a fake profile SMH. I have a verified and confirmed status (because I sent my ID). He has neither status.

He is like a roach and comes back, should I have been more brutal and told him the truth? which is my new status below.

Do you prefer a thank you but not interested reply or not attracted to you or sorry your dick is yuck, unsuckabe and won't satisfy me reply?

We are all into certain things that attract us to others. I am no prize and straight out state I am a very large woman, my target audience is small and I am not desperate to meet with anybody. Why do people have issues with what ones preference is?

Can't we all just respect preferences as to who/what another is searching for? We are adults and not playing in the sandbox in kindergarten.

13129 posts
9/8/2021 12:22 pm

Gosh, tough call.

This issue comes up frequently in blog posts, from both sides - men and women.

Men complain that when they send respectful messages and receive no reply either way.

Women complain that they receive too many emails to respond to, and a certain percentage of those emails are rude or of the 'insta-fuck' variety as well, and not worthy of a response.
(I get those on occasion too, and am just as annoyed).

As for respecting preferences, not all members (ie standards) can see your full profile details, but judging from the info in your 'Quick View' profile popup, that can't be used an excuse for bad behaviour.

Brownie202 65F  
2680 posts
9/8/2021 1:41 pm

I answer but never what they want to hear. My profile is clear not meeting but most are from loosers who don't bother to read my profile or ignore it. PAYING members most of them. Why should I be polite and say not interested when they don't read mine or ignore what I have.

Humans are the most dangerous animals on earth.

If only animals had the ability to know when to keep away from us humans they would be better off.

positively4you 72F  
4605 posts
9/8/2021 1:41 pm

Recently, I politely declined. He called me a tease. I never want to insult anyone so I took the high road. Wonder if I should of said no, because you are an ugly toad , many miles away.
Dilemma huh?

lonlyforlove2 79M  
32704 posts
9/8/2021 5:29 pm

In my opinion a no reply is an answer. One should just chalk it up that way ( read No)
If you do want to reply, for goodness sakes be honest, if da guy doesn't fit the bill, say so; if he was a jerk, just let him know that also. I think if there were more realistic communications here more fun would be had, and the jerks and one's using crude remarks would get the message real fast..
Always be real with the reply, simple and real!!

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exsquid46 63M
640 posts
9/9/2021 12:56 am

I have been around long enough to know that "No response" is a negative response.

I do like when a woman takes the time to respond with a no thank you, but it is not upsetting if she does not respond.

seems6666 51F
4838 posts
9/9/2021 8:55 am

If they are polite and are within my requested criteria. I always say thanks but no thanks. I get points for responding anyway. But if they're insta fuck and just generally rude. Then I don't bother. .. yes a lot of ppl say that no reason we is a response. But the trouble with that is you never know if the site is working properly. Did the message send? Was it received? Are they actually online or not .. so the sender might send again . And the cycle continues .. I think a response is better where appropriate

CedarsPrince 42M
1608 posts
9/9/2021 1:07 pm

Do you prefer a thank you but not interested reply or not attracted to you or sorry your dick is yuck, unsuckabe and won't satisfy me reply?
The choice is yours if you want to respond or not. He's clearly a tool who you should block and not have to deal with him.

My preference is a simple "thank you, but not interested." It lets me know that the person is clearly not interested and not to waste their time and my time. Unfortunately, any sort of response inspires guys to try even more, so if that happens; Block and don't deal with it anymore

D11377 49F  
68 posts
9/9/2021 2:49 pm

It's the second time I am blocking him - that's why I called him a roach.

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