Other things I admire are men who are good communicators, family-orientated, and honest. I’m giving and I would love to meet someone who is giving, as well. I want to go to Greece, Santorini, a beach resort where I can show off my lotus tattoo. When people tell me something can’t be done, that’s when I most want to do it.
Most of these men aren’t even reading your profile anyway or simply don’t care.
Today I am going highlight some of these mistakes by taking some poorly written online dating profile examples, and show you how to re-write them into profiles that quality men will be extremely attracted to. If you want to get noticed online, you have to stand out from the competition and catch a man’s attention. Whatever you write in your profile should always be used to highlight your best qualities.
The truth is, I’ve been reading profiles for close to a decade, and most women tend to make very similar mistakes that could easily be avoided by following the right profile writing advice. For starters, this is a cliche statement that will blend in with the next 100 profiles.
Not sure how this happened because I swear I’ve spent the majority of my life in front of a computer writing. I’m a good cook but I tend to reserve these skills for the all too infrequent but elaborate dinner party. Pinkberry with vigor and think that spending hours at Amoeba Records is an essential ingredient for a perfect day. I can be in a room and in no time I will make a mess.
And, as much as I love my apartment, I’d rather be playing outdoors, holding hands or dancing in the street, cracking each other up with a look or an inside joke, and sharing this thing called life." - Woman early 30's "I act like a total dork most of the times. I forget things mid senten..." - Woman 40’s "I try to be a good person. I don’t tell everything about myself right off the bat but I am also not shy on a date. I am opinionated and blunt without being offensive.