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Question: The proper way to meet new friends

Dear Lounge Advice,
We are new to the LL and are not sure of the proper way to meet new friends. Suggestions on proper etiquette so we don't offend..



Dear (Anonymous),

Think about how you make new acquaintances in everyday life. You meet someone by saying hello and chit-chatting about general things, right?

Send out e-mails to people on LL that you find intriguing. A simple "Hi" and a few words of introduction is a great starting point. Compliments are always a great start to a potential friendship as well. You can give them a compliment on their pictures (making sure to compliment *both* if they are a couple). Or, you can impress them by remarking on something that was written in their profile. This shows them that you took the time to read what they wrote, since some people tend to bypass the profile text and look only at the pictures.
If they reciprocate your interest in them, you can ask if they would like to meet sometime. Tell them that you will be at (insert venue here) and it would be great to talk in person.
This way, you aren't necessarily binding them to an exclusive date, or seeming to expect to hop in the sack with them right away.
Truly, if you think about how you form regular friendships, the etiquette for that is pretty much the same for meeting people online. Just be polite, complimentary and non-assuming, and the rest will follow naturally. Just remember, when engaging a couple, there are two people, so always address them both.
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