muahaha(skinny wives out there, don't get mad, it's a joke! )These are all REAL headlines that I saw today:"Looking for my prize trout, not the usual carp"-Funny, clever... Scientists have been looking for the "missing link" and still haven't found him... When I polled Facebook users for their tips on creating usernames I got vague advice like “be yourself” and “be authentic,” “use your name,” and comments such as “usernames are not at all important, as long as they are not terrible.”Imagine you found 20 people online attractive.
: Your feet are already firmly planted in the e-dating community.
However, you have thus far only received a total of two e-mails from Russian supermodels trapped in Nigeria that are requesting $5000 in large U. bills so they can get back home in order to meet you for a Starbucks coffee and start a family as soon as possible. : You are clinically bored out of your mind at work after chatting with each of your 3264 friends on Facebook and are a sucker for any article written by yours truly. No matter your predicament, you are in luck as I have done exhaustive research and spent the better part of the last 15 minutes compiling a thoroughly detailed list of suggestions that should help provide some guidance on creating or updating your online dating profile.
Since we are fast approaching an extended Labor Day holiday weekend, I figured I would grace all of my readers with another one of my online love for dummies posts… Should you happen to be single and reading this, than you probably fall into one of three camps: : You are officially fed up with meeting the horny meat and/or airheads that frequent your local bar scene.
Therefore, you have decided to get serious about finding love amongst the horny meat and/or airheads that make up the online dating scene.
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.
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.
Suffice it to say, the first thing a potential online female suitor looks at is what you have to say.
(Remember, they aren’t as visual as us neanderthals) If your guess was wiener, please re-read the paragraph above.
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