Certainly avoid clichs such as 'I might be the one you are looking for' unless you want to spice it up somehow in an unexpected way such as 'I might be the one you are looking for... Describing Yourself Some people will choose to describe themselves in their headline but this can be rather perilous.
'Thirty year old bank manager wants to get to know you' for instance is fine as it just says who you are (but perhaps places too much emphasis on your career) whereas 'Thirty year old rugby player with degree wants to meet intelligent woman' can make you sound a bit pretentious and full of yourself.
For instance it is crucial that your headline be witty and fun without being overly cheesy or crass.
You don't want to sound like you're quoting something from Blind Date or a sitcom.
But I can have as much fun drinking at a bar as watching Netflix at home — whatever the night calls for. Outside of that, I spend as much time as I can with my brothers, cousins, and adorable little niece. It was that or grad school, but I think I made the right choice. Like other dating advice articles, I could shoot off a laundry list of “do’s” and “don’ts.” But the truth is — what works for one guy won’t work for another, and vice versa.
In fact, most guys choose pics that are horribly unflattering to them. Choosing a profile pic this way has been known to increase matches on Tinder by 200-400%.
None of these things are exactly attractive and you will make a much better impression by being positive and saying what you do want sometimes this will rule people out anyway.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
You should also avoid negativity such as 'No naggers thanks' or 'No one over 11 stone'.
This makes you look somewhat sexist, is somewhat cruel and suggests you have emotional baggage and are a bit bitter.
What’s the secret to a killer dating profile for men? ) Second, what is the “consumer” getting if they “buy”?
As bios go, it’s this: think of yourself as a product.
What are the best keywords to describe what “you” are?