Got a question about etiquette in the digital world? (CNN) -- Obvious observation number one: Judging by the high response rate of our last two columns on online dating, it sure seems like a lot of you out there are looking for love.Obvious observation number two: Regardless of whether you agree with our advice, tons of you still have a lot of burning, itching questions regarding how to succeed in the digital-dating realm.They just end up looking like Marty Mc Fly's siblings in that picture in "Back to the Future" (read: creepy and melting). The meta snap Why they're clicking "next": Oops, your camera's showing. However, have a friend look over your pics before you post. Why they're clicking "next": A washed-out picture of a dude sitting on a brown vinyl couch. As has been established multiple times already, online dating is a lot of clicking through pictures, waiting for someone to catch your eye, so it's vital that you have some good bait. Such profiles usually belong to folks looking to splash around in the STD-infested kiddie pool of love.
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