The 32-year-old reality star took to her website on Thursday to lay out some very common scenarios and how she deals with them.
But before she delved into the specifics, she explained: 'I'm old-fashioned in a lot of ways!
Whether it's a no-strings-attached rendezvous, casual dating or a serious relationship, pick one and create your profile with that in mind.
On a dating site, a generic message is the kiss of death. ” and what I hear is “Please feel free to delete this message.
Being generic won’t win you many points or responses.
Simply by paying attention to specifics, you can make observant comments that will flatter and impress the reader.
Before you write a message to a match ensure that you’ve really read their profile and found something in it that you connect with.
Once you’ve written a message, read it back and make sure there’s something in there that shows it’s meant especially for the person you’re contacting.
Tickld has an example that only works on someone named Kassandra: “If you remove the D from your name, it’s an anagram for the word Arkansas,” a playful online dater wrote.I like to show people how to treat me, so after we get the ball rolling, I'll start calling more to make it known that's what I want.' The touchy subject of who pays while on a date was also addressed, and Khloe offered up one of her trademark strong opinions.'Guy pays!You do you, honey, but I personally think the guy should pay on a first date,' she offered, before conceding 'later on, it's OK for the girl to offer but I'm not setting that precedent for the rest of the relationship.'In addition to her dating advice, she also let fans in on some of her proprietary lingo she uses in many of her social media posts.She's back on the dating scene following the finalization of her divorce from Lamar Odom back in December.And now Khloe Kardashian is sharing some of her personal dating tips with her fans.