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The feeling I got when I read his profile was, This guy is okay with our without me and he will not attempt to impress me by being someone he’s not. His response was: “haha yea at first i wrote a regular profile, then i read it over and i was like ‘this is so freaking boring’. Something I wanted to write that would make me laugh. I got a TON of emails from cool women.” He and I talked a little more and I immediately got a sense of his full character.
It was great to see that he was much more than just a funny, goof, who only knew how to banter.
It’s unique, shows leadership, oozes confidences and made me laugh out loud, twice.
I won’t open doors for you, in fact be careful as I will likely trip you as you go through the door for laughs and giggles.
If you think you may have found my smile, please e-mail me as I really need it to be myself. When people are sometimes asked to describe me, the term "spark plug" is often used.
And nix the numbers; they make you look uncreative. ) Finally, for safety reasons, don't divulge your real name, first or last. You're not "fun." You "like hiking, cocktail testing, and traveling overseas." (If this seems obvious, it's not: So many profiles are crazy-vague—and guys gloss right over them and move on.) Do This: List three to five qualities that are important to you, but leave out what's essential in any relationship, like "honest" or "trustworthy." Stick to specific traits like "family-oriented" or "athletic." Not That: Don't be negative and list the qualities you're not interested in.
He was also genuine, intelligent and overall well rounded, good man with plenty to offer.
Had he just been a goof ball with nothing else to offer it would have been really disappointing.
Post four to six photos total, including a full-length one and an action shot.
And if you can, wear red: One study found that men find women more desirable in this color.