Writing profile for dating site
“‘I’m a laid-back, easygoing guy…’ Such terms are practically meaningless.Even high-strung people often think they’re ‘laid-back.’ Find something more descriptive.” Other common terms to be avoided: “cool,” “awesome,” “funny.” “Nearly everyone ‘loves to laugh’ and ‘enjoys fun.’ None of that sets you apart. “Put yourself into a potential date's shoes on this one. ’ Blech—that conversation is a total wipeout.” A better alternative, she explains, is telling stories.Ashley Madison — the dating site for married people seeking affairs — is riddled with fake profiles for women that encourage men to spend more money subscribing to the site, according to a Canadian lawsuit.The suit dovetails with longtime rumors that have swirled around the site that many of the female profiles on it are fake.AM responded that Silva posted photos of herself on social media riding a jet ski after her employment with the company.
It’s not about the inch or two; it’s a sense that you’re insecure enough to be lying.We’ve tapped Nerve.com’s dating columnist Caitlin Robinson, AKA Miss Information, to offer some tips and tricks to those of you prepping to post your profile.