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When men get too serious about their profiles it’s also a bit overwhelming.
Like I met a nice guy from e Harmony because his profile info seemed pretty basic but turns ou he was WAY more into the sports and “social drinking” than what he said online.
There’s an online epidemic of username suckyness going on that’s about to get cured for the Doc’s group of kick-ass gents. When a girl is browsing profiles or checking through her messages deciding which guy to click on — there’s a problem. Your username is one of the first things a girl sees online. I surveyed 10 girls that use online dating and they all agreed.
If you email her, she’ll first see your username, photo and subject line of your email. What girl in her right mind would want to date a guy with a username like this: Note: Bad usernames are typical.
By doing so, you have an instant point of connection (your friend), and somewhat of an assurance that you will be on the same wavelength (because people that are friends tend to be similar on some level).
you wouldn’t go on a date wearing swimming trunks, a dress shirt and boots right?
I personally use it as more of a form of entertainment.
When I’m bored, I’ll just hop online and see who’s around and strike up conversation. Personally for me, the best way to meet potential dates is through my friends – going to brunch, a party, etc.
I have the patience to find the right guy, online dating is for the impatient. I’m not in a hurry to fall in love but I do like messaging back and forth and having casual conversation with a guy because there’s no pressure if we both just want to have a little fun via txt. Personally I find them to be a bit frustrating, as there is no real “buy in” or connection made.
I have a few dating apps (Grindr, Jackd, Scruff, etc)…and often I find that conversation can be fast and furious at the inception, but quickly dies off when anyone mentions meeting for a drink in person.