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9) “Know the difference between you’re/your and they’re/their/there.” I get it, grammatical error are annoying, but what does this line accomplish?Is anyone reading your profile, saying to themselves, “Well, I really don’t know the difference between you’re and your,” and deciding not to write? So say this instead: “I find intelligence in a man to be really sexy.” Some message, better delivery, and hey, I’d totally respond to that. 10) “I’m a total ( It’s probably not fair, but in my book, Astrology = Crackpot.I’ve always been reluctant to advise people on how to construct their dating profile, because there’s really only rule: be yourself. If you’re an intellectual, don’t be afraid to talk about books, or politics, or…pipe smoking. And if you’re looking for something real and substantial, a genuine connection with someone you could be with for a long time – say that too.There’s no point in beating around the bush or soft-selling your wants from the dating world.4) “I love to laugh.” Everyone loves to laugh, that’s why it’s laughter.5) “I love listening to music.” Oh, well then do we having something in common!
The first one is more common, but the second one is so much more fun.You wouldn’t be a good match for me, but hey, thank your lucky stars on that one. ” Don’t you want to watch “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo?Why you don’t own a TV is beyond me, I mean, don’t you want to watch the news? ” But saying in your dating profile that you refuse the presence of a TV makes it sound like you’re trying to make a point out of it, and, well, that’s a really annoying point. Unless you’re specifically eager to eschew the attention of modern media fans, just leave this one out. No matter what follows the beginning of this sentence, it isn’t a good idea.If you were putting up an ad looking to buy a piano, you’d say exactly what kind of piano you want and what you were planning to do with it, right?Well why do anything different if your ad is looking for a mate? Just make sure your profile sounds like you, gives the reader a good idea of who you are and what you’re looking for, and you’ll be fine.
I am not sure why people go through the trouble of signing up and filling all those questionnaires and then post a profile that looks like a copy of any other neutral, boring, profile full of cliches and types.