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When you're face-to-face with a person, you have the opportunity to observe that person's body language and facial expressions. Unfortunately this luxury is missing when you're trying to connect online, where you are instead relying solely on the other person's verbal skills and use of language. This can certainly help you when it comes to in-person meetings, where many singles panic about how to make that approach, what opening lines to use, and what to say.

To add some spice to your messages (and also to translate the sender's notes), it's wise to familiarize yourself with frequently used online idiosyncratic terms. For example, some symbols or shorthand expressions you can use to reflect actions are:

:) for a smille

;) for a wink

LOL for "laughing out loud"

BRB for "be right back"

Designs for kissing and physical contact range from the simple to the more elaborate. Get creative in making up your own, just as you would in any "conversation". You can also use different colors or background to express yourself.

You can learn the ins and outs of these techniques by observing how others use them in chat rooms. Many areas also have guides and help commands, and others in the chat room will give you (some-times unsolicited) feedback on how you are doing.


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