Don't Turn Jewish Women Off: Avoid Doing These Annoying Things

Some Jewish men are champs at navigating online dating, and others are simply not pulling their weight. Jewish Dating sites already have a reputation as being a premier playground for boring, flakey folks. Don't validate that reputation any further.

You may not realize that some of your habits are doing more harm than good for your chances at meeting a Jewish girl, but they are. Considering the fact that women receive more matches than men, you want to stand out from the rest in a good way.

Here are some of the things that irritate women on dating apps.

Boring Questions that Lead to Boring Conversations

Do you like being asked the same questions over and over again? Why would you think that the potential woman of your dreams would?

Want to know what's worse than a boring question? A short boring answer. No one begged you to get on the app or send a message to anyone. Instead of making it seem like a chore, act like you want to have a real conversation. Hopefully it's not an act though, you are trying to land a date.

Not Paying Attention to the Bio

If you are sending a woman a message with a question that's already been answered in her bio, you have successfully ruined your chances with her. Making this kind of mistake makes it easy for a woman to tell that you aren't paying any attention to learning more about her, you're more concerned with her pics. Too bad she doesn't feel the same way.

A relationship, or even a date, isn't just about what you want. If you don't take the time to learn about the person you're trying to get an in-person date with, why would she return the favor?

Read her bio first and send a more meaningful message. Whatever you do, don't immediately ask her to meet up for drinks if there hasn't been any kind of substantial conversation between the two of you. This comes off as either creepy or suspicious. Be patient and you'll get results faster than you think.

Scripted Messages

You may think you're getting ahead by having a standard reply, but just like a resume or interview, people can see right through this very ineffective tactic. Sending a woman 10 questions to answer as if it's an interview doesn't make it seem like you want to get to know her. It makes it seem as if you are going through the motions in order to get something that you want, whatever that is.

On the same note, sending her a long scripted message is just as obvious to spot. No one wants to talk to someone who can't put in a little bit of effort.

Instead of swiping right on every woman, try only swiping on the ones that you're genuinely interested in and see if anything comes of it. It will be easier for you to have a sincere conversation.

These are just a few things women hate. Avoid doing this and you'll be on the path to meeting up to hang out with a Jewish woman.