Best and worst dating profiles
Yet true love also still eludes many of us involved in online dating. If we were out in the real world, you'd ask (I hope). Not because women who pole dance aren't marriage-minded, but because like it or not, we all have some social norms and stereotypes to which we ascribe.One of the biggest advantages these sites supposedly offer is volume. Just because we're online doesn't mean the rules are different. (Like the fact that most men probably don't want to marry a woman whose pole-dancing pix are all over Zoosk). I'm going to make assumptions about your manhood (so to speak) from everything you do (or don't) do online. No matter what your excuse is for not writing more, it's lame and a turn off.
We can feel or not feel the chemistry, and usually go right into a conversation about what's happening where we are. With just "Hi," I have to assume you're disinterested, bored, or simply inarticulate. As much as some of us hate to admit it, online dating is here to stay. If you ask for my number, make the call and ASK ME OUT. And we're not teenagers who need to hide behind texting until we "feel comfortable" enough to talk. If you don't like to cook, the pictures on your profile shouldn't show you in an apron, holding up an apple pie.Many companies have great success rates for relationships and marriage, and I'm glad technology has the ability to aid some of us in finding true love. I'm on the site to date and/or presumably to find a mate. And if you want a relationship, you shouldn't put your pole-dancing pictures up.Stop taking half-naked photos of yourself in the bathroom mirror. And seeing a toilet, dirty shower, and you standing in a 4' x 6' box is mos def not a turn on. Your profile should not have a disclaimer about what you don't want.