Or you can just use your initials and some numbers, like VK53.
take the pressure off describing yourself well by picturing yourself well – we’re a visual culture, after all.
He had typed very little, and what he did type didn’t sound like the version of him that I knew in person.
I was about to give him some profile-writing tips when it hit me: if we were both on the site, we were obviously both single.
Also, many dating coaches say that the fact that a guy was married shows he has the ability to commit. He said my profile read differently than other people’s and he asked me several questions referencing things I’d written in it.
I’d actually known him socially for years—but his profile was awful.
Pretend you’re the person who’s reading your profile. Is it more intriguing to date someone who says he/she likes “to try new things” or who “once ate jellyfish in China”?
When stumped with coming up for a story for one of your adjectives, like “thoughtful,” just think of the best/most memorable/most unique things you did for exes.
Here are the top things I learned when working with people on theirs—that will work for you, too. But the e-Cyrano method would have you choose the best, most concise example of one time you were funny with an ex and put it into present tense: “When you have a bad day, I’ll dress like Homer (your favorite Simpsons character) and do impressions of him until you feel better.” 3) Write 200 words or less.
One engaging paragraph is far better than endless run-on sentences.
” email and asked questions about specific things I’d mentioned in my profile, like where to find Chicago-style pizza in L. 3) I became a better dater ( think) and more discerning. (And, hopefully, no one was answering them.) I also started paying more attention to guys’ profiles and looked for specific examples and stories that demonstrated their character versus just glossing over them. But when I added a few years onto each end—I opened myself up to more dating options.