Nacirema women have even been known to come down with what the tribespeople call "sweating sickness" during these early days of courting.
Another common dating ritual for Nacirema women is to take on the personas of distinguished tribeswomen of yore, stories of whom have been passed down through the generations from the elders, by pretending to quite literally be reincarnations of these women.
The more selfhood, charm, humor and intelligence you convey the more you will seem worthy of attention.
You may get only a polite "No thanks" but that is better than dead silence.
Though its lessons are many, Miner's paper on the Nacirema was a farcical study written primarily to satirize anthropological papers written about other cultures and to shine a light on the "othering" of cultures.
In reality, he was writing about 1950s America and many of our obsessive bodily rituals and customs, ones that can certainly be deemed peculiar and backwards simply by describing them using different language. I added to Miner's study and followed his lead, discussing, in crude terms, some of the more ridiculous rituals we find ourselves taking part in when it comes to matters of the heart.
One last tip: don't send her a photo of your phallus unless invited to.
Within a month promises of being willing to do anything will only prove to her that she doesn't want anything to do with you. Use Yahoo Geocities or similar service and create a simple web page. If you aren't able to write discursively and personally put up a simple slave's checklist.If her she calls herself Lady Sarah then your email should probably begin civilly and conventionally enough with "Dear Lady Sarah." Addressing her as Mistress implies a relationship with her that you've yet to earn. And if you've created a web page as I suggested above close your email with the URL.