Bad online dating profiles
First up, I’ve got to give the prize for the worst dating profile in the history of dating profiles to a guy who straight-up tells people they’re not going to like him.
Asian Tom is a Californian single who’s likely to stay single for a good long while.
It is free of fluff and very compelling for a guy who can appreciate this type of no-nonsense attitude in a person: “I don’t like most guys, but… Timeless books and movies that make you wonder for days about whose side you are on put great flavor into many of my evenings. What are you greatest pet-peeves and what makes you weak in your knees from joy and happiness.” Profile #4: Grade A This last profile below gets the highest great for both the content and the creativity. What I particularly like about this profile is that it shows that a woman hasn’t lost faith in true love and romance but at the same time she is also realistic.
I am not interested in most guys and besides perhaps that what makes those few unique individuals that I do connect with all more special. The ending of it might sound a bit on a more desperate side, but all in all – maybe it’s not such a terrible thing to sound a bit desperate for love and connection if that’s how you really feel.
(Great, thought provoking opener that shows a woman’s engaging personality. I am not offended by a dirty joke and can dish out one of my own. “I don’t know if the world is going to run forever, but I know I’m not going to be around forever!
I don’t know if I will finally meet you to warm my heart and join for a better, happier journey, but I know I can’t stop looking for you, and can’t stop calling you in my heart…
I commented in parentheses throughout the profiles below what I thought of them and why: I gave this profile a passing grade because while it’s not great, nothing about it makes it terrible.
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.
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.Seriously, the first sentence in his dating profile is: “I make it difficult for you to like me as a human being.” I thought I must’ve misread it or it was some sort of typo, but, no, he goes on: “On every conscious level (including un- and sub-), I think I am better than you.” So now I’m thinking the 28-year-old single is being ironic or making a self-effacing joke.