That's kind of the point of this question, and if you were a little more aware of how people perceive you, it might help your profile be less boring."You should message me if…you like to have fun!
" This is the online dating profile of those people trying to get you to come see their comedy show in Times Square by stopping you and asking if you like to laugh.
Just because I, like every other human being on the planet, enjoy enjoying myself doesn't mean that I will enjoy your comedy show or the guy behind your profile.
Please give a little more incentive."I work hard and play hard." Ugh, you all love working hard and playing hard so much you should just marry it already. You're so much more interesting than this in person. What phrases are you sick of seeing on online dating profiles?
Last year I pegged "Joe Generic" as one of the worst types of online daters, but apparently, he continues to keep cloning himself all over the Internet. Seriously, if you've read one dude's online dating profile, you've probably read the next 20.
And here are the worst offenders—the phrases that I've read so many times, I can practically smell them coming when I check out a new guy's profile."The most private thing I'm willing to admit is…I'm on an online dating site lol." Not only is this the most boring, commonly used answer to this question, it also does a sly double duty as an insult.
There is no second of all."On a typical Friday night…it depends." Oh, wow. "First thing people notice about me: I'm not sure.
Nonetheless, online dating can be frustrating, especially for women who — more often than men — have to deal with rude messages, fake profiles, scams and more.
In the online world “You’re so beautiful” makes me roll my eyes and assume you type the same thing into every message box. I only respond to messages that show the person read my profile. Creepily noticing what time I’m online and asking me about it… I rarely get along with people who take themselves too seriously.
I hope you never get laid again.” I resist the urge.
"I'm a laid back guy/down to earth/easy going."—said every man ever regardless of his actual personality. But, like, most of you just mean the extent of your reading is skimming the news headlines when you're supposed to be working.
Either tell the truth or make up a more creative lie."I'm equally as comfortable spending a night in watching a movie as I am going out for drinks." Even the wildest college kid likes to stay in once in a while, and even my grandma likes to get out of the house for some fun some nights.