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It took me a long time to get there but I eventually realized that anger take more energy than peacefulness . . . just chuckle and move on seems to work for us.

froggy

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While not perfect, the message of our profile is that we prefer to meet and play with single guys at the NYC swing clubs, regardless, we still get people outside of our preferences, rather than be rude and obnoxious, we find that simply responding with thanks for the message, we do not feel we are compatible with you, perhaps we will run into you at one of the local clubs, That's usually enough to slow down the message exchange a lot

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I thought I'd bump an oldie to move the slew of repeats down a bit. This one looked like it could be interesting.

Ever OK to be rude? I suppose its OK, but why waste the energy (bad juju) when there are other options available.

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Rise above the racism or elitism; delete, block and move on.

New Orleans LA
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I agree with your wife, just click delete. It's not worth the bad karma deliberately setting out to insult and hurt someone! This lifestyle is difficult enough without being slammed for a poorly written intro. Just my two cents!

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The most important thing to remember is, if anyone ever contacts you asking for advice or help because , oh I don't know, they had some property stolen at a party, be really rude, mock and belittle their English writing skills, and make jokes about them for the next 3 weeks. Just ask the Cheetos and Dr Pepper clique!

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As a single male, ive seen some rude responses that werent slightly warranted. Yes, ive read the profile thoroughly and ive examined the sexual orientations etc, etc..

But to get a reply "we dont touch black ever...so youre wasting time and any future correspondence we will block you" is rather harsh in my opinion..at least the threat to block even though there was a simple email sent inquiring if they were open to an interracial MFM event. A simple, "youre not our type, thank you" would suffice. Perhaps supplementation of the profile of "not interested in black males" would eliminate my "scoundrel" kind....

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Sadly Inked there are many that lie about that in their profile, so they are hoping you are one of those.

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We try to always be polite, but if we receive emails from anyone and it is obvious that they have NOT read our profile, then we just don't respond, (unless we are bored and want to just send emails back), they can go back and read our profile to figure out why we did not respond. The whole purpose of spending the time to write about ourselves and what we are looking for is to wean out the ones that are not a match for us. If we send an email to someone and we get no response in about a week, we do go back and re-read their profile to see if we missed something important, if we didn't miss anything, and they never responded, then we do think that is rude,, I would rather hear a "not interested" than to get no response, especially no response from a paid member.

But I have been known to blow a fuse on a few ppl in the past just to feel better, the guys that are not bi, then all of a sudden are bi, then are back to not bi.

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I know exactly what you mean. Time after time I get responses from those who obviously have not bothered to read my profile. If the email is not crude but just not a match, I will be nice and inform them that we are not a match and hope they have better luck on this site. However, if the email is crude, then when they get a curt response back, it's deserved.

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