So you’ve spent the whole week researching, weaving the write words, and editing pictures of yourself to make your online dating profile on this website look ‘not like you’?
Yes, it is an amazing chat fodder when somebody displays snaps of himself on a holiday or out with bros, but it’s not asking too much of him, if you want at least one clear image of his face. Strive to have friends, for life without friends is like life on a desert island… If you too have received such an online note that appears oddly like a formal letter, it perhaps is!
to find one real friend in a lifetime is good fortune; to keep him is a blessing. Some practiced online daters type a standard message that they direct to every single girl while sending her a friend request.
If a guy is truly interested in knowing you he will take the time to actually view your profile and then write a personal message referring to specific things in your profile.
Sending a generic cut-and-paste chat message like, “Hey miss, I just saw your profile picture and was fascinated and charmed …” is a definite dating red flag! I want you ‘to be (or not to be)…’ And who are you, Lord Voldemort?
Stating some basic requirements like if you are willing to see someone who is a chain smoker or has kids of their own is important.
That is how the online or offline dating thing works.
However, what is not acceptable is expecting your would-bes to match up to your long list of demands!
If you come across a profile that mentions requirements like vital statistics, height, pay, and looks (or even embraces overbearing expressions about the same), don’t bother considering whether or not you can meet his hopes! One Shakespeare was enough to cause all the pain, we don’t need another one!
This one is a sure disappointment if you avoid the red flag! However, when creating a profile on an online dating site, it would be kind of you to write at least something in the ‘bio’ section. His profile is basically, “The Legend of His Failed Relationships!