I emailed you, and you never replied. What gives?
Perhaps there wasn't respect shown for my verification process (please see my contact form).
If an email is vague, or excessively terse, I will assume that the inquiry is not serious, and/or is not likely to be a proposal that will interest me.
If neither of the above, then you may have come across as a person I would not wish to meet.
It’s been my unfortunate experience that, when I politely decline a request to meet, the other party persists with entreaties or even insults. Thus, if I get the sense that we won’t be a match, I will not engage at all. While you may not agree with my decision, I ask that you respect my wishes.
Is there anything else?
I’ll assume that common sense will suffice - however, there is one subject I’d like to address.
I am an easygoing person, not particularly partial to rules or formalities. However, respect for time is extremely important to me. Please don’t take advantage of my kindness. (I’m not talking about innocently losing track of time, as I do agree the hours fly by while we’re having fun :-) ). If I feel that you’re disregarding my time, or purposefully endeavoring to delay your departure (or mine) beyond the agreed-upon time, it is unlikely that you’ll find me inclined to accept future dates.
My time is very much in demand, so I have no need or desire to spend time with somebody who doesn’t treat me with the utmost consideration. With that said, most people I’ve met have been completely amazing, true gentlemen in every sense of the word. Hopefully, these two points are completely unnecessary reminders, and we can enjoy a mutually pleasurable relationship for a long time :)