Bad online dating profiles
“I key in on your insecurities,” he writes, “and abuse you verbally.
I offend your morals, yet you still laugh at my jokes.” Um. It is, actually, very difficult to find anything to like about Asian Tom.
It’s a bit negative and has a few red flags but other than that – it’s not bad!
“100% Italian, fun loving, affectionate young lady who knows what it takes to make a relationship work.
But how real are you, and how content are you with your real you?
I’m tired of the lies, of the fakes…I want someone real! Maybe it’s about the right time, right place, right person… We’ll see :)” Use the above profiles as an inspiration for your own dating profile to make it more creative and more interesting.
The crude, the rude, the dumb dudes — this list has it all.
If you know how to and are able to communicate through your dating profile that you are not just another average girl, it will significantly increase your chances of meeting better and more interesting men online.
Hands down, the worst dating profile I’ve ever read was written by a law student who thought he knew the way to impress a woman. All this made me suspect that he sent his junk to a girl and gotten chewed out for it, which caused him to overcorrect. Like “Hey, look at me, I’ve never sexually assaulted anyone, aren’t I a catch? I do have to thank that guy, though, because his dic-pic fixation gave me a great story to tell my single friends.
He went on to reference his strict no-unsolicited-dic-pics policy twice more in his profile, and then he copy/pasted his personal claim to fame in his message to me.
“I have never EVER sent an unsolicited dic pic, and I’ll bet not many guys can say the same.” Yes, he spelled dick wrong.It is unfortunate that so many people join dating sites but so few put a fair effort into writing a really good profile that makes them stand out from thousands of other users.