I blame Mark Zuckerberg for putting the best game show host of all time, Chuck Woolery, out of work.
More and more people are using social and professional marketing and networking sites to make a good old fashioned (well, not exactly the way your grandparents did it) love connection.
I get them every once in awhile and sometimes I read the less perverted ones. But like a stray dog - don't pet it or feed it - just glance at it and let it go away.
Here's how they go:
Good day Sunshine......I passed by your profile when I was searching for my old friends on Facebook, actually I was attracted by your profile photo, your smile caught my eyes.... It would be nice to chat with you if you think we might be compatible? I would be glad if you write a few lines to tell me about yourself... Hoping to read your reply soon have a wonderful day ahead...Signed, an anonymous stranger who probably sent this to 100 people overnight.
Feel free to copy and paste to use as needed. (No need to give me credit since it's already been lifted.)
I'm guessing trolling on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Vine and Instagram is this generation's answer to picking up people in bars and grocery stores. I've actually heard that women can pick up men using this method with an 80% success rate. Keep it classy, Conway.