An Emotigram Is Worth A Thousand Words


When it comes to introducing yourself online, it’s easy to be at a loss for words. That’s why CatholicMatch provides its subscribers with exclusive emotigrams.

They’re a quick, easy to make a vivid introduction…without having to come up with all the right works.

You can pick a fun emotigram, such as a turkey, or just send a smile – a simple way to say, “Hello, nice to meet you.”

Not every emotigram will turn into a match, but many have. Maybe your next one will too.



  1. Jackie-501763 November 29, 2010 Reply

    I like emotigrams. They make me feel good and letd me know someone took the extra time to say hello!

  2. Christy-365748 November 27, 2010 Reply

    I think emotigrams are great! Just what you need to break the ice! I love to give and receive them!!

  3. Lucia-551179 November 26, 2010 Reply

    The emotigram is the best icebreaker imaginable. You can use it to invite a conversation, send birthday or special occasion greetings, or offer a little encouragement. It works even better when you add a personal message. Those emotes definitely make my day and I hope those who have received them from me can say the same.

  4. Nicholas-124272 November 25, 2010 Reply

    “Laaaast Christmas, I gave you my heart . . .”

  5. Ithro-543226 November 25, 2010 Reply

    I have met lot of people using emotes. Also use them daily to people I already know. The New men I send them to, don’t always answer.. but quite a few have. It is a fast way to say something that does not take a message.

  6. Jim-397948 November 25, 2010 Reply

    It is great to have so many friends with emotigrams after a very long day…Always stay positive my friend.

  7. Katrina-645399 November 24, 2010 Reply

    Emotigram? The ultimate icebreaker.. That little graphic symbol says just enough in the beginning. After all we’re STRANGERS, sometimes communicating from opposite parts of the globe!! The choice offers a balance and range from a bold wink to a smile.. Great idea! I use them when I’ve viewed a profile and want to acknowledge that there’s interest on my part in that person. After all, ladies and gentlemen we are here and PAID MONEY to be here because we share a common goal: to find a companion/partner/friend/spouse with the same beliefs and ideals…It’s a beginning!! Happy Thanksgiving, Americans!!

  8. MaryJo-106925 November 23, 2010 Reply

    I disagree–I hate emotigrams. There is no obvious response to most or all of them. I mean…if you get a “smile beamed at you” from a man twenty years older than you in Amsterdam–do you take that seriously? Why not just email? At least on, you know that a wink means they’re interested. An emotigram leaves you wondering…are they interested, or just “beaming smiles” at random people? And, the birthday greeting is the same thing. How on earth do you process a random birthday greeting from some guy thousands of miles away? And what DO you do if someone sends a TURKEY emotigram to you? I’m sorry…I think they’re pointless and inane.

    I tell people on my profile to just email me if they’re interested, and that I do NOT respond to emotigrams. It’s always been one of my biggest pet peeves with this site. I know it was trying to do something unique to the “wink”…but it doesn’t do it for me.

    • Matthew-442025 November 25, 2010 Reply

      @MaryJo-106925: “if you get a “smile beamed at you” from a man twenty years older than you in Amsterdam” – lol :))

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